WABI


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WABIWorkshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics
WABIWindows Application Binary Interface
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Defining wabi sabi as "the most conspicuous and characteristic feature of traditional Japanese beauty", he suggests that the ideology "occupies roughly the same position in the Japanese pantheon of aesthetic values as do the Greek ideals of beauty and perfection in the far West.
"They're like a huge toilet valve, really," said Wabi president Stan Gorzalcznski, in describing the components they will be re-engineering and casting based on century-old mechanical drawings.
"To witness the aftermath of the fire was not only traumatic for Wabi. It also prompted her to speculate on some of the issues that may lead to schoolfires - among them poor infrastructure, weak safety guidelines, and a lack of support for students who could potentially be facing mental health issues.
Every band contains a special RFID chip and barcode that can be scanned with the WaBi mobile app.
The early masters craved this peasant stuff, discerning Wabi virtue in its wretchedness.
16 announced that it had agreed to purchase WABI and WCJB from Diversified Communications for $85 million.
and Community Broadcasting Service (which holds the license for WABI).
It was then and there that I rediscovered Wabi Sabi while working with these children.
The Japanese term wabi sabi does not translate neatly to English, which, in a sense, is apropos in that the term is an encapsulation of beauty in imperfection and transcience.
WABI -- Two persons including a passerby women have killed in the jurisdiction of Tordher Police Station area due to old enmity police said on Friday.
In addition to Makhoul, yhe team consists of art teachers in Damascus schools including Nasser Naba'a, Ali Sleiman, Raja'a Wabi, Safa'a Wabi, and Huzaifa Otri, in addition to assistants Adnan al-Abdullah, Hossein Mustafa, and Mahmoud al-Sbaineh.