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Noun1.amastia - absence of the mammary glands (either through surgery or developmental defect)
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n. amastia, ausencia de los pechos.
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ATF dodged a bullet earlier this year when plans for a rival Asian market, AMAZIA, were put to rest.
9-11; and Amazia Baram, "The Ruling Political Elite in Baathi Iraq, 1968-1986: The Changing Features of a Collective Profile," International Journal of Middle East Studies, No.
We were amazed that a volcanic eruption thousands of kilometers away could hurt the coral reef right outside our office," says Amazia Genin, an Israeli marine biologist.
But the third (and most insidious) problem was strategic: what should be done about AMAZIA, a new TV trade show competing for the same audience as ATF, which has been scheduled next year in Hong Kong?
a pioneer of gift registry, referral and conversion marketing services for electronic commerce, today announced an agreement with Amazia Corporation, a leading provider of electronic business software and services for small and medium-sized businesses.
However, 2008 might well prove to be a different story, due to the threat from AMAZIA, a competing market to be held just prior to the ATF.
By partnering with Amazia, we're able to deliver an unparalleled e-business solution for SMB customers at any stage of growth.
Firstly, the market announced plans for a new pan-Asian, business-to-business exhibition and conference entitled Amazia.
In the report, "The Annual eBusiness Service Provider Rankings: Small Business 2000 - The Year In Review," issued by the Cahners In-Stat Group this week, Amazia stood out among a host of free and fee-based services.