PUNA


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PUNAPublic Use Natural Area
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ISS has recommended that shareholders of Golden Arrow vote in favour of a special resolution (the 'Golden Arrow Shareholders Resolution') authorizing and approving a Transaction whereby, SSR Mining will purchase Golden Arrow's 25% interest in Puna Operations.
Upon closing of the transaction, SSR Mining will own 100% of Puna Operations.
The Puna district's geothermal plant has been closed since shortly after lava began erupting on May 3 through newly opened fissures in the ground running through neighborhoods and roads in an area near the community of Pahoa.
Evacuees Todd Corrigan and his wife awoke to a beautiful sunrise Saturday in Puna after spending the night in their car at the shore.
Area de estudio: Se seleccionaron 3 sitios de muestreo para cada una de las ecorregiones de Chaco Serrano (Chaco), Monte de Sierras y Bolsones (Monte) y Puna de la provincia de Salta (Fig.
Argentine regulatory authorities have approved the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for Puna Operations Inc.'s Chinchillas project in Jujuy Province.
The PAT has announced that it will hold an MPCnext week and also given Dec 31 deadline for PunA!jab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif's resignation for 'his role in the killing of 14 people in June 2014'.
Summary: New Delhi [India], October 29 (ANI): A 50-year-old man stabbed to death, was found in Delhi's Nangli Puna Flyover in GT Road, Rohini at 12:40 a.m.
Of the Bill, Prime Minister Henry Puna said: "As we passed the Marae Moana Bill into law, we as a country assured our commitment to integrated ocean management globally and made history as this is the largest commitment by a single country from 'ridge to reef, and from reef to ocean.'"
Of the Bill, Prime Minister Henry Puna said, "As we passed the Marae Moana Bill into law, we as a country assured our commitment to integrated ocean management globally and made history as this is the largest commitment by a single country from 'ridge to reef, and from reef to ocean.'"
In humans, 'puna' is another term for which sickness?