UPNA

AcronymDefinition
UPNAUniversidad Publica de Navarra (Spain)
UPNAUniversity Park Neighborhood Association (Ohio)
UPNAUnion Park Neighborhood Association
UPNAUnion of the Populations of Northern Angola
UPNAUnion of the Peoples of Northern Angola
UPNAUnited Professional Nurses Association
UPNAUnião de População do Norte de Angola (Union of the Populations of North Angola)
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Para asegurar el mayor exito en el rastreo de las cuentas se definieron las siguientes palabras clave: "UPV/EHU", para la Universidad del Pais Vasco; "Deusto", para la Universidad de Deusto; "MU", para la Universidad de Mondragon; "UPNA", para la Universidad Publica de Navarra; y "Unav", para la Universidad de Navarra.
Entry into foreign missions for the UPNA began even in the late 1850s in Muslim lands, in the Punjab of India (after 1947: Pakistan) and in Egypt, leading to involvement in the Sudan (1900) and in Ethiopia (1920).
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS Abako Alliance des Bakongo ALIAZO Alliance des Ressortissants de Zombo BMS Baptist Missionary Society FNLA Frente Nacional de Libertaqao de Angola GRAE Governo Revolucionario de Angola no Exilio MPLA Movimento Popular de Libertagao de Angola Ngwizako Ngwizani a Kongo (Kongo civilization) Ntobako Angolan branch of the Abako PDA Partido Democratico de Angola PIDE Policia Internacional e de Defesa do Estado UNITA Uniao Nacional para a Independencia Total de Angola UPA Uniao das Populates de Angola UPNA Uniao das Populates do Norte de Angola doi: 10.1017/S000197201400103X
Muramatsu, "Numerical and experimental study of a pyroshock test set up for small spacecraft component," Project Report, UPNA, 2010.
Dansereau, "Bilingual knowledge (BIK-) maps: study strategy effects," in Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Concept Mapping, UPNA, pp.
(1) Ingeniero Tecnico Agricola (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid-UPM, Espana); Ingeniero Agronomo (Universidad Publica de Navarra-UPNA, Espana); Doctora (UPNA, Espana).
Initially it was formed as the United People of Northern Angola (UPNA) to re-establish the 16th century feudal kingdom of Bakongo.
The organisation was called UPNA (Uniao das Populacoes do Norte de Angola, Union of the Peoples of Northern Angola) and was led largely by emigrants from the region residing in Matadi and Leopoldville (later Kinshasa) in Belgian Congo.
Since 2008, the foundation has made eight grants worth nearly pounds 200,000 to charities in Cardiff and its latest grant will allow the centre to develop its Upna project, providing targeted support to help carers within minority ethnic communities.