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WAMMWo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana (hospice organization providing free organic medical Marijuana)
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WAMMWest African Mercy Ministries
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(4) The data sheet of November 23rd 1966 was collected by Norman Schweikert from Dufrasne's younger brother Maurice and is in the Dufrasne-file of WAMM. Some of the information, especially on Dufrasne's time in Europe appeared to be uncorrect after verification.
(33) WAMM, file Dufrasne, press critics, loose newspaper strip, December 1922: "Emil Paur brought him to Pittsburgh when that orchestra was at the height of its fame."
Most of WAMM'S founders were veterans of and-Vietnam War protest, and Mann calls their feminism "instinctive." "We'd experienced the male control of other peace groups, so we decided that men could be members but never be on the board of directors." And so it has been for the last 21 years.
WAMM is a 25-year old secular organization dedicated to countering the growth of the military-industrial complex through public protest and education.
If WAMM, the first medical marijuana club in the country to be granted non-profit status, will not convince skeptics that cannabis may have a healthy purpose, nothing will.
On 25th April 2014 the author, in the company of Simon Lloyd, visited Fujairah National Dairy Farm ('Wamm Farms'), situated just inland of the town of Dibba, Fujairah, on the East Coast of the United Arab Emirates.
Organisers of numerous expeditions in Asia, Africa and South America, our tour operator Kumuka ( 'awakenings' in Swahili) own a fleet of bright blue German MAN trucks - ours nicknamed WAMM - that are on a virtual non-stop overland odyssey.
A bird, possibly the same one, has been recorded at Wamm Farms in Dibba, just inside UAE territory, for each of the last five years.
Originally spelt 'Wamm', the town derives its name from the Anglo-Saxon word for marsh for it was built on rich pasture land near marshy ground.
Consistent with the hypothesis of control by the substrate, in the case of many of the Table 5 species that have been found in small numbers in the Ru'us al-Jibal, their occurence there is limited to the southern fringes, in particular Jebel Ayuzah and Jebel Wamm in the south-east (Table 6b), where the bedrock is not the shallow water carbonates that dominate most of the Ru'us al-Jibal.