SPACH

AcronymDefinition
SPACHSms Paging Channel and Access Response Channel
SPACHSociety for the Preservation of Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage (est. 1994; Kabul, Afghanistan)
SPACHSolid-Phase Antibody Capture Hemadsorption (microbiology)
SPACHShort Message Service, Paging, and Access Response Channel
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DME8087E Rehabilitation works for the sanitation collector of Alle Spach and rue du Gnral-Uhlrich and Le Ntre in Strasbourg.
Spach, also one of this year's YHA judges, adds, "Firms put them to work on competitive intelligence, pitching, client education projects and more.
Bridesmaids were Leigh Anne Foil of Jackson; Martha Martinez Hodges of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Lacey Chase Johnson of Fulton; Alicia Li of Jackson; Abigail Yoe Spach of Wilmington, North Carolina; Meredith Hodges Vasquez of Belton, Texas; Lindsay Michelle Wheeler of Tupelo; Mary Phillips White of Brookhaven; and Sarah Logan Wilson of Nashville, Tennessee.
Spach, "Size-related changes in diet of the slipper sole Trinectes paulistanus (Actinopterygii, Achiridae) juveniles in a subtropical Brazilian estuary," Pan-American Journal of Aquatic Sciences, vol.
Hershkovitz, "Leaf morphology of Cistanthe spach (Portulacaceae)," Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, vol.
Alocasia alba Schott, Alocasia crassifolia Engl., Alocasia indica (Lour.) Spach, Alocasia plumbea Van Houtte Alocasia macrorrhiza (L.) Schott, Colocasia indica (Lour.) Kunth English: Giant Taro 8 Calotropis gigantea (L.) Asclepiadaceae Akondo Ait.f., syn.
Effects of mechanical, chemical scarification and stratification on seed germination of Prunus scoparia (Spach.) and Prunus webbii (Spach.) Vierh.
(28) A further alternative instrument is the Society for the Preservation of Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage (SPACH).
In addition, Hizb-e-Wahdat also extended cooperation with concerned NGOs for protection of these historical monuments of the world.(SPACH News letter issue-4-1998 Peshawar Pakistan also Herald Karachi Dec.
While the highest CP content was measured in Gonocytisus angulatus (L) Spach. (21.58%), the lowest CP ratio has been deduced from Smilax aspera L.
to the south of Brazil, in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Chile and off the west coast of Africa, that is, in subtropical and tropical regions, estuary areas where they spend most of their life cycle, where they feed, grow and undergo gonadal development (Anderson, 1957; Alvarez, 1976; Yanez-Araciba, 1976; Braga, 1978; Cervigon, 1996; Fonseca-Neto and Spach, 1998/1999; Baumar and Dodson, 2000; Baumar et al., 2003; Deus et al., 2007).