ZIPA

AcronymDefinition
ZIPAZanzibar Investment Promotion Agency (Tanzania)
ZIPAZanzibar Investment Promotion Authority
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Dietary treatments (Table 1) consisted of a corn-based finishing diet supplemented with no zilpaterol (Control), or the, same basal diet plus the label dosage (125 mg of product/kg diet, as-fed basis) as ZIL (MSD Salud Animal Mexico, Santiago Tianguistenco, Mexico), GRO (Laboratorios Virbac Mexico, Mexico), or ZIPA (Pisa Agropecuaria, Mexico).
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Zipa said the speed boat did not report its travel plan to the port authority when it left Madagascar on Wednesday, and none of the passengers had any official immigration documents.
En los muiscas, segun los relatos de conquistadores y cronistas, el zipa era uno de los grandes caciques regionales (Correa Rubio, 2004, p.
al., 2011); Junea doraete (MONTERO & ORTIZ, 2012a); Neopedaliodes zipa (MONTERO & ORTIZ, 2013a); Pedaliodes phaea, P.
Otras variedades con algun grado de resistencia, son la ICA Morita, ICA Unica, ICA Zipa y el Clon 88357 (Rodriguez 2000).
In order to highlight the political education of the liberation fighters, Sadomba focuses on the Zimbabwe People's Army (ZIPA) era, 1975-1977.
En el momento de la conquista, el territorio muisca estaba dividido escencialmente en dos reinos principales: al norte, los dominios del Zaque, quien gobernaba desde Hunsa (Tunja); al sur, las tierras del Zipa, quien tenia su centro de gobierno en Muequeta (Bacata), hoy Funza.
Examples of this include the 11 March Movement in ZAPU in 1971, the Nhari revolt in ZANU, and the Zimbabwe People's Army (ZIPA) saga that affected both ZAPU and ZANU in the 1970s.
Para De Plaza se trataba de unidades politicas de "caciques feudatarios [que] no podian tomar posesion de sus estados, aunque fuesen hereditarios, si no eran confirmados por el zipa, i a obtener esta licencia venian ellos mismos cargados de presentes" (55).
For instance, Bhebe (1999) recalls how the unification of the two nationalist armies under the ZIPA (Zimbabwe People's Army) brand and its operational efficiency was derailed by the need to boost the numbers of recruits.
Al entrar Quesada al pueblo indigena de Bogota, el Zipa recogio todo su oro y esmeraldas de templos y adoratorios publicos y privados, incluyendo unas arcas en la que se depositaban las ofrendas.