RITI

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RITIRomanian Information Technology Initiative (cyber crime law)
RITIRegime do Iva Nas Transacções Intracomunitárias (Portugese)
RITIRiga Information Technology Institute (Latvia)
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The most common compartmental distribution of the mediastinal lesions involved in the present study were superior and anterior, benign tumours were more common in superior compartment whereas malignant tumours occurred more frequently in anterior compartment which differs with studies from New Delhi by Riti Aggarwal, Seema rao et al, [3] Japan by Takeda S, Miyoshi S et al, [4] Bengalurur by H J Gayatri, Jayanth K Das et al, [5] China by Tingting Liu, Lika A Fasih [6] and, Nepal by Karki S, Chalse S et al [12] where the anterior compartment involvement was more common- Table 2.
"D'altro": di memoria, storia e devozione, misteri, riti e credenze arcaiche, cioe di quanto e costitutivo della poesia di Michele Sovente.
Tornando a Calvino, mi pare fuor di dubbio che cio che Girard ci dice sulla funzione sostitutiva e compensativa dei riti sacrificali, sulla vittima sacrificale come capro espiatorio, sulla scena madre del linciaggio fondatore, trovi degli echi forti e chiari nei primi due frammenti della Decapitazione.
The Sensational Shape Shifters bring yet more to the mix with the restless invention of multiinstrumentalist Justin Adams and the Gambian one-string fiddle (riti) of Juldeh Camara.
"All they need is just a little bit of love," said Nabila Sobhy, a business instructor at RITI who volunteers with Hope Village.
Two tenders for the rehabilitation/ replacement of subsurface sanitary drainage networks at Al Fotouhiya & El Riti Zone (A) & (B) serving 4,300 feddans & 2,500 feddans respectively under (Islamic) finance from the Islamic Development Bank.
Here it was in all its deconstructed glory, the backbone of the song replaced by the extraordinary sound of the Space Shifters' Gambian folk artist in residence, Juldeh Camara on his riti, a single-string fiddle.