VAJA


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VAJAVictorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement (Australia)
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"Her style of dress is quite modern and casual," said Vaja. "So she'll probably go for something that's small and modest.
Vaja said the company's relationship with the county was strenuous.
[32.] Vaja I., Gambarotta A., Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) bottoming with Organic Rankine Cycles (ORCs), Energy, 35 (2010) 1084-1093.
Los resultados de estas pruebas piloto no evidenciaron dificultades por parte de los estudiantes para comprender el sentido de los items (Paoloni y Vaja, 2013; Vaja y Paoloni, 2012).
Regarding the assistive technology, Vaja has been applied as an interface for people with visual disability to access information in online newspapers since 2010.
Uncertainty propagation through a series of model components should be consistent with fundamental principles of error propagation, with proper linking of submodel outputs and inputs (Mekid and Vaja 2008).
Lisa and her partner, Pragefh Vaja, were supposed to be celebrating their sixth anniversary - but were struck down with a gastric illness caused by the resort's filthy conditions.
The Savita Spa Resort where Lisa Halai and Pragefh Vaja stayed
Selle vorrandi lihtsusest ja elegantsusest hoolimata on paljude mehaanikaprobleemide analiiiisiks vaja kasutada lainevorrandi modifikatsioone, et paremini kirjeldada fuusikalisi efekte laineleviprotsessides.
Alphons Vaja Zatjirua appealed to all in the livestock industry to take hands and work together in tough times.
Third seed Antal Van der Duim of the Netherlands (ranked 514th) followed suit with a 6-2, 6-1 victory against Riccardo Maiga of Switzerland (ranked 780th), while number four seed Ruan Roelofse of South Africa (ranked 521st) needed to go the distance before beating qualifier Vaja Uzakov of Uzbekistan (ranked 1,130th) 6-4, 5-7, 7-5.
Briefly, my examples are Julie Salamon's The Net of Dreams: A Family's Search for a Rightful Place (1996), Elaine Kalman Naves's Journey to Vaja: Reconstructing the World of a Hungarian-Jewish Family (1996), Susan Rubin Suleiman's Budapest Diary: In Search of the Motherbook (1996), Magda Denes's Castles Burning: A Child's Life in War (1997), and Judith Kalman's The County of Birches (1998).