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Youngsters thirsty for business knowledge from Annfield Plain Primary School have been taught the YENE Our Family and Our Nation programmes by business volunteer Michelle, who is giving children a flavour of the history of milk bottles, the manufacturing cycle, supply chains, customers and the recycling process.
The other judges were YENE chief executive Catherine Marchant and head of BBC North East and Cumbria Phil Roberts, who judged the students on the viability of their business plan, marketing strategy and how they will finance the products.
In conjunction with Newcastlebased oil and gas pipeline firm Wellstream and engineering company British Engines, students aged 16 and 17 from Sunderland College took part in the first YENE engineering masterclass.
[11] Ndougsa Mbarga, T., Manguelle Dicoum, E., Campos Enriquez, J and Yene Atangana, Q., 2007, "Gravity anomalies, sub-surface structure and oil and gas migration un the Mamfe, Cameroon-Nigeria, sedimentary basin", Geofisica Internacional., Vol.
Sansolye Kohl, zirvenin hakim lideri olarak ortaya cikmis ve Basbakan Thatcher "zirvede uc bolgesel grup var, biri dolara, digeri yene, bir digeri ise Alman markina dayaniyor" (49) aciklamasinda bulunmustu.
Bugun yene bu mevzua avdet ederek arada gecen bir sene zarfindaki musahadelerimi mutalaalarimla bildirmek ve alinabilecek tedbirler hakkindaki fikirlerimi arz eylemek isterim.
unii basqurusida yene kentler bolidu.-Nadzip (1968: 797) gives the meanings derevnja, selo (i.e., 'village').
Table 1 also shows that some songs are performed in more than one rhythmic mode: 'Yene yene' is sung in Rhythmic mode 1, in Rhythmic mode 2, in a combination of Rhythmic modes 5a and 1, in a combination of Rhythmic modes 4a and 1, and in Rhythmic mode 5c.
Harley 2397 (Hilton, Mixed life, Bonum est, and Scale II [but not Book I]) contains an inscription recording the gift of the manuscript to the Minoresses of London at Aldgate by their abbess, on the condition that they pray for the souls of her family: "Dame Elyzabeth Horwode, abbas of the Menoresse off London, to her gostle comfforthe, bowght thyse boke, hyt to remayne to the vse off the sisterrs of the sayde place, to pray for the yene [gain] and ffor the sowles of hyr ffader and her moder, Thomas Horwode and Beatryxe, and the sowle off Mayster Robert Alderton" (Bell 1995: 149).
"You lived in the swamp, they bury you behind the fence" Judith Zaltsman, the protagonist of Paula Prilutski's 1912 proto-feminist melodrama Eyne fun yene (One of Those), recently given a freshly imagined staged reading at YIVO, is lamenting her fate as a twice-fallen women.
The Youth Ensemble of New England (YENE), directed by Dr.