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SANSASouth African National Space Agency (est. 2009)
SANSASouth African Network of Skills Abroad
SANSASouth African National Survey of Arachnida (agricultural research)
SANSASwedish Association of Nail Schools & Agents (est. 2006)
SANSASwedish Action Network on Small Arms
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SANSA's Space Operations unit operates an array of antennas and several ground stations, based at Hartebeesthoek.
Even if he disliked doing so, Ned attended the Hand's Tournament for Sansa's sake.
Less for Turner, whose Sansa was a bright spot in the final episodes, than for the loudly loathed season itself.
After Catelyn's death, she pledged herself to Sansa, becoming Sansa's most-trusted protector and adviser.
The series aired its last episode on Monday featuring with Brandon Stark becoming the King of the Six Kingdoms and Sansa Stark becoming the 'Queen in the North'.
ARYA AND GENDRY TO RULE WESTEROS IN THE beginning, King Robert Baratheon and Ned Stark were going to unite their Houses and strengthen the kingdom with the marriage of the king's "son" Joffrey and Sansa. Well, that didn't go well but Gendry is a Baratehon and Arya, left, is a Stark.
Sansa Takes The Iron Throne For Herself
He escaped with a scrape to his finger, but Sansa's leg was left bloodied and the attack has left her subdued.
SANSA, an entity of the Department of Science and Technology, underwent an extensive assessment to earn the distinction of becoming one of two ICAO-designated regional space weather centres -- the other being a joint Russia-China centre.
The clip shows the first meeting of Sansa Stark with Daenerys Targaryen who arrives in Winterfell with Jon Snow.
In the video clip, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) was seen arriving at the Winterfell castle and being welcomed by Sansa Stark (Sophia Turner).
MDA, a Maxar Technologies company, announced that it has signed a multi-million dollar contract with the South African National Space Agency, or SANSA, for a one-year maritime surveillance program that includes the delivery of synthetic aperture radar, or SAR, data products from the RADARSAT-2 satellite, using MDA's global network of ground receiving stations.