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PANSAPolish Air Navigation Services Agency
PANSAPerforming Arts Network of South Africa
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Acuerdo intersecretarial que regula el desarrollo, conservacion y aprovechamiento de la especie denominada caracol Purpura pansa, en beneficio de los nucleos de poblacion que tradicionalmente lo han explotado y dispone las medidas necesarias para la preservacion de las costumbres y tradiciones derivadas del aprovechamiento del molusco, in: Diario Oficial de la Federacion.
Abstract: Demography of the snail Plicopurpura pansa (Neotaenioglossa: Muricidae) and constitution of the associated mollusk community, in Guerrero, Mexico.
For its dye the carnivorous, gonochoristic muricid Plicopurpura pansa (Gould 1853), which inhabits intertidal rocky shores exposed to high impact waves of the open sea, has been exploited on the Pacific coast from Central America to Mexico for hundreds of years by indigenous communities for dyeing threads of cotton to be woven afterwards into traditional dresses.
The carnivorous, gonochoristic, marine, muricid purple snail Plicopurpura pansa (Gould, 1853) inhabits intertidal rocky shores exposed to high impact waves of the open sea.
A remarkable exception amongst the muricids is Plicopurpura pansa (Gould, 1853) from the Pacific coast of Central America and Mexico, because this mollusc ejects its dye-producing liquid in such a quantity that there is no need to kill the animal to obtain the purple.
pansa is until now exploited by indigenous communities for Tyrian purple for dyeing cotton yarns and subsequently woven into traditional dresses (Turok 1999).
Here, mainly Plicopurpura pansa (Gould, 1853) is exploited for Tyrian purple production.
L'argomento del presente saggio ruota attorno al concetto della giustizia richiamato a piu riprese da Giampaolo Pansa (nato nel 1935), prima giornalista e poi scrittore, in alcuni romanzi del cosiddetto ciclo dei vinti o ciclo revisionista, iniziato con Il sangue dei vinti (2003), ' portato avanti ne I tre inverni della paura (2008), e in realta mai chiuso, se si considera il recente Bella ciao.
This judgment is certainly also correct for Tawada's play Sancho Pansa and accounts for the large number of its performances in Europe, the United States, and Asia (see Shimada 61-62).
The purple snail Plicopurpura pansa is distributed on the Eastern Central Pacific from Baja California, Mexico, to Peru and the Galapagos Islands (Clench 1947, Pena 1970, Paredes et al.
Since becoming part of the EUROCONTROL family, PANSA has, according to Ryanair, increased charges for airlines landing and taking off in Polish airports by 960%, while decreasing costs for overflying traffic.