PSARA


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PSARAPassenger Shipping Association Retail Agents scheme (United Kingdom)
PSARAPuget Sound Alliance for Retired Americans (Washington)
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Director of the Larnaca Chamber of Commerce and Industry, George Psaras said that according to the initial tender call, Larnaca will develop into mainly a tourist port but will also have a commercial side.
Pankaj Khurana, Partner, Government and Internal Security, PwC India, said that the PSARA provides the policy and regulatory framework for the industry but its enforcement remains a challenge.
Leo Psara from Minerva, explains how wireless broadband solutions deliver measurable bottom line benefits
An AH-1W Super Cobra and a UH-1Y Huey, embarked aboard Boxer, proved instrumental in delaying the escape of the pirates until a German boarding team from Greek frigate Psara (F 454) took the culprits into custody for transfer to German frigate Rheinland-Pfalz (F 209).
Psara's (www.psaras-taverna.gr) is an attractive spot with traditional Greek fare served outside for about around pounds 15 with wine or beer.
There were 29 of us aboard it, including two other journalists, Mario Damolin, who was working for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, and Maria Psara, a Greek journalist working for a newspaper that supports the Greek socialist party.
"Wireless connectivity is becoming the norm as download speeds continue to increase as internet users download more and more data-rich content on a regular basis," Leo Psara, Chairman, Minerva, said.
- Five men arrested by the Greek ship Psara after an attack on a Norwegian oil tanker flying the Danish flag, the Sigloo Tor, on 30 March 2009.
"Our business has seen a steady growth over the past six years with an 80 per cent growth rate since last year," said Leo Psara, chairman of Minerva.
Leo Psara, Chairman of Minerva comments, "Our business has seen a steady growth over the past six years with an 80% growth rate since last year.
Although it does not have a provenance which goes back to the sixteenth century, since the church of the Dormition in which it was found is an early-nineteenth-century building, it has been argued that it was transferred there from the Aegean island of Psara in 1824.
Giancarlo Bertoncini, ed.: Angelica Palli, Alessio ossia gli ultimi giorni di Psara (2003).