TASSA


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TASSATurkish American Scientists and Scholars Association (Washington, DC)
TASSATechnical Analysts' Society of Southern Africa (est. 1994)
TASSATactical Assessment of Survivable Stand-Off Alternatives
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Sendo assim, a identificacao do nivel de atividade fisica em grupos etarios especificos, como na populacao de idosos, tem servido como parametro importante na formulacao de politicas publicas que favorecam mudancas para a adocao de um estilo de vida mais ativo (Binotto e Tassa, 2014).
The tassa in fact refers to a small ensemble of one or two medium-sized kettledrums, traditionally made from a clay shell (now lightweight metal) with a goatskin head (now a synthetic material).
Tassa drumming, as he convincingly shows through his analysis, constitutes a prime example of one such neotraditional music practice that has flourished in bringing together and streamlining other related Bhojpuri traditions in the diaspora, rather than as a result of direct input from India.
INCIDENTS: A 15-month-old baby became entangled in the TASSA NATT lamp's cord and nearly strangled.
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ATLAS MOUNTAINS Specialist Morocco (01428 605 833) offers three nights' halfboard for Atlas Experience from PS289 (four sharing) or PS359 (two) based on Dar Tassa, an eco-friendly eight-room mountain lodge, sleeping 21, tucked away in superb location on edge of Toubkal National Park, just over an hour from Marrakech.
Ccellan-Lucco, Distrito de Lloque; Tassa, Distrito de Ubinas.
Speaking to the AA prior to attending the Fifth Annual Conference of the Turkish American Scientists and Scholars Association (TASSA), Kavranoglu said that U.S.
Coalition member Abdullah Tassa also says there is uneven aid distribution between refugees in the north and those in the Bekaa.
They were created in the early 1900s by Lord Wavertree's Japanese gardener Tassa Eida and his son Minoru.
However, whether he did or not does not make a difference to Anthony Tassa, Associate Professor of theatre at the American University of Sharjah (AUS).
Tale diffidenza si evince anche nella perplessita nei confronti di politiche quali l'imposizione della tassa sul macinato, a suo modo di vedere "altamente inopportuna, ingiusta ed aggressiva" (230), visto che ricadeva prevalentemente sulle classi popolari gia in grave difficolta per la sopravvivenza quotidiana.