PAPIA


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PAPIAPan Asian Pacific Islander Association
PAPIAPort-Au-Prince International Airport (Haiti)
PAPIAPennsylvania Association of Public Insurance Adjusters
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It includes president Kamlesh Jain, vice-president Shamima Noorani, secretary Meena Dilip Kumar, treasurer Amrita Chatterjee, secretary (activities) Sushma Anil Kumar, secretary (entertainment) Papia Guha, secretary (membership) Hema Raghavendra, secretary (public relations) Monalisa and secretary (operations) Anjum Farooqui.
Relatum dein de moderanda Papia Poppaea, quam senior Augustus post Iulias rogationes incitandis caelibum poenis et augendo aerario sanxerat.
Pero encontramos que en la ley Papia viene dispuesto que, por indicacion del pontifice maximo, deben ser escogidas de entre el pueblo veinte jovenes y entre ella extraida una a suerte en la asamblea, y la designada por la suerte venia 'tomada' por el pontifice maximo y se convertia en Vestal (GEL.
(3) In the first act, one member of the colony, Papia, says: "Pare che il tempo si sia fermato." ["It seems that time stopped."]
"Calunga: an Afro-Brazilian speech of Minas Gerais." Papia: Revista brasileira de estudos crioulos e similares Num.
(SCANVIC et al, 2001, PAPIA et al, 1999 apud CAVALCANTI, et al, 2006) Desse modo, existe a possibilidade de que muitos pacientes portadores ou infectados por CAMRSA que nao passem por triagem para MRSA, favorecam a disseminacao comunitaria dessa cepa.
Much loved husband of Elizabeth, loving dad of Derek and Ranjit, a dear Baba of Enakshi (Munnu), wonderful grandad to Tania, Charlie, Papia and Christina, also big Dadu to Christopher and Samuel.
(1998), << Au temps des lois Julia et Papia Poppaea, la naissance d'un enfant handicape est-elle une affaire publique ou privee ?
(26) The Augustan programme was positive in the sense of promoting marriages and childrearing under the auspices of traditional Roman morality (such as the Lex Papia), and negative in the sense of legislation taking over sociocultural proscription (such as the Lex Iulia which is also referenced in Juvenal).
Syeda Papia, a lawmaker from the opposition Bangladesh National Party, threw both her shoes at Justice Gobinda Chandra Tagore - who is better known as the " pet justice" - in the hope of correcting his behavior.
(2.) Papia G, McLellan BA, El-Helou P, Louie M, Rachlis A, Szalai JP, et al.
Sengupta, Papia (2008): 'Linguistic Diversity and Disparate Regional Growth', Economic and Political Weekly, 43(33): 16-22 August.