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SUSASecuritas Security Services USA, Inc. (Duluth, GA)
SUSASurvey USA (polling company)
SUSASeventh United States Army
SUSAShooting Sports USA (National Rifle Association of America magazine)
SUSAStirling University Students' Association (UK)
SUSAStirling University Students' Association
SUSAScottish Universities Sailing Association (UK)
SUSASlovenian University Sports Association (Slovenia)
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Among the outstanding jewellery from this time are two armlets with griffin heads from the Oxus treasure as well as some magnificent earrings from a burial at Susa. This burial was in a bronze coffin shaped like a bathtub recreated for the exhibition.
"PD and PDL struck a deal to make war against the poor," the placards in Susa Valley read.
Its capital was Susa, in the lowland area of Khuzestan, 150 miles north of the Persian Gulf.
On June 27, 30 people were hurt when police clashed with demonstrators as construction workers prepared to begin work on boring a tunnel in the Susa Valley near Turin.
BADMINTON : Susa n Egelstaff saw off Laura Vana 21-21 21-11 then Carola Butt 21-19 21-14 t o reach the quarter-finals of the Norwegian International Championships.
One is at the Val de Susa, where a tunnel was proposed for a high-speed train connection to France.
Excavations also yielded a white faience seal, bearing a human image which resembles the seals found in western Iran and Susa. (ANI)
Some of the events in the Winter Olympics in February will be held in the Susa Valley, 35 miles west of Turin, which is hosting the games.
One attempt at this was the mass wedding he engineered at the Persian city of Susa in 324 B.C., between 80 of his officers and Persian brides.
Ntwo North East-based athletes were in the England junior fell running team which clinched the gold medals at the Marco Germanetto Memorial Races at Susa, Italy.
In addition to the standard repertoire, Renee has performed in many world premieres including Andre Previn's A Streetcar Named Desire and Conrad Susa's The Dangerous Liaisons with the San Francisco Opera, and John Corigliano's The Ghosts of Versailles at the Metropolitan Opera.