STAIF

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STAIFSpace Technology and Applications International Forum (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM)
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Nixon's role as First Lady was hampered by the chilly relationship she had with his staif. She frequently felt she was being manipulated by his aides, and did not like the idea of taking instructions from them.
Silberman, Neil A., 2013, "Discourses of Development: Narratives of Cultural Heritage as an Economic Resource." In Russell Staif, Robyn Bushell and Steve Watson (eds.), Heritage and Tourism: Place, Encounter, Engagement: 213-225.
The police foiled the attempt, which was described as 'Bu Staif Drugs' in conjunction with the Patrol Control team of the Interior Ministry of the Gulf country, the final destination of the drug shipment.
Police said the buyer was to say that he was from "Bu Staif" to which the dealer was to reply: "The birds are in the nest".
(37.) Henkel R, Hajimohammad M, Staif T, Hoogendijk C, Mehnert C, Menkveld R, Gips H, et al.
De este lado del Mediterraneo (1973), el primer libro de Kamenszain, esta dedicado a la memoria de su abuelo Mauricio Staif, "anclada del otro lado del Mediterraneo".
He has served as session chair at numerous ASME InterPACK conferences, chairman of the 38th AIAA Thermophysics Conference and STAIF'S Conference on Thermophysics Applications in Microgravity.