SUNIA

AcronymDefinition
SUNIASindacato Unitario Nazionale Inquilini Assegnatari (Italian: Unitary Union National Inquilini Assignees)
SUNIASeminar on United Nations and International Affairs (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
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Fofo losefa Fiti Sunia resigned on September 6, 1988.
Replacements: Sunia Koto (London Welsh and Fiji), Kisi Pulu (Perpignan and Tonga), Hale T Pole (Suntory and Tonga), George Stowers (World Kobe and Samoa), Sililo Martens (Scarlets and Tonga), Seremaia Bai (Clermont Auvergne and Fiji), Epi Taione (Harlequins and Tonga).
The novel focuses on the lives of Sunia and Il-han, an upper-class Korean couple in the late 1800s and into the 1900s.
With ten minutes of the second half gone and having just moved into a 6-3 lead Ian Smith's men shot themselves in the foot when a dangerous chip from openside Richie Bignell was intercepted by Aaron Liffchak who rumbled on and put Sunia Koto Vuli over the line for the first try of the game.
Survivors include his wife, Marion; and daughters Kim Seitz of Mesa, Ariz., and Sunia Mottl of Oakdale, Minn.
sunia para conocer su susceptibilidad a la toxina Cry1Ac de la variedad Bollgard[R] sembrada en Colombia.
Sunia Zaterman, Executive Director of the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, said the Philadelphia Housing Authority is continually breaking new ground in public housing.
Tauese Pita Fiti Sunia, presiding chairperson of the Congregational Christian Church in American Samoa, Hawaii, New Zealand and the United States, and the first governor elected to two successive terms in the US Territory of American Samoa, died in Honolulu on 26 March 2003 at the age of 61.
LOVE ME FOR A REASON: Ciaran makes Sunia an offer she can't refuse
Another period of pressure on the Kandy line led extremely well by rejuvenated captain Adam Wallace led to an impressive solo effort by Tongan prop Sunia Fameitau, carrying three Kandy players over the line with him.