ZADE

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ZADEZambian Association for Distance Education
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Mr Zade is 5' 9" tall, of muscular build, has black / greying short hair and stubbly facial hair.
We are deeply honored that Zade Dirani has accepted this role.
Indeed, offering unique items also will enable retailers to have more enticing claims on product packages, Zade says.
Nisha Ram Relwani (1), Ajeet V Saoji (2), Meenal Kulkarni (2), Nandkishore Kasturwar (2), Ranjana Zade (1), Rishikesh Wadke (1)
Corresponding Author: Nadia Rezaei Zade Baravati, MA of Clinical Psychology, Kerman Science & Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kerman, Iran.
We hand-lettered invitations for our friends: Aliya Rose and Khalil Zade invite you to celebrate the marriage of their parents.
League 1 ended with Zade Al Borshaid finishing in first place having won three out of four of his matches this year, with Yaseen Le Falher coming second.
The Tabriz Islamic Revolutionary Court sentenced five South Azerbaijani activists, Latif Hassani (43), Mahmoud Fazli (45), Shahram Radmehr (38), Ayat Mehr Ali Bayglu (35) and Behboud Gholi Zade (48), to nine years in prison in May on the charges of forming an illegal group inside Iran, the Yeni GAMOH party, and distributing anti-government propaganda.
Para mejorar la prediccion del Eg, fue esencial el uso de oligomeros con tamano superior a 20 monomeros, lo cual estuvo en buen acuerdo con lo previamente reportado por Zade y Bendikov (Zade y Bendicov, 2006), quienes indicaron que la utilizacion de oligomeros conformados por diez unidades monomericas, no es suficiente para predecir el band gap y que para cadenas oligomericas con n > 12, es preferible usar un ajuste binomial de segundo orden.
I asked the Commission's associate director, Ryan Zade, to explain what aspect of Macdonald's legacy should be highlighted through their work given that most Canadians only know two things about the man: that he was Canada's first prime minister and he liked to drink whiskey.
We expect the new president to improve the economy so that it gets better and better," said Tehran resident Farshid Hassan Zade ahead of the results.
Eser Zade, mascaraed and clad in a fantastic outfit of white sequined tights, a flowing blue cape lined with fake ermine and a tall crown displaying faux pearls, was visibly proud of the attention he was getting.