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cama

(ˈkɑːmə)
n
(Animals) the hybrid offspring of a camel and a llama
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Cama, the pilot of the Saint Ferdinand, went in once, and he came back amazed, vowing that such treasures were only to be heard of in fairy tales.
Decatur CAMA Lecture--Cutting Edge of Cancer Tx: Research has shown that by stimulating the immune system, cancer can be fought in a diseased body the same way that it is controlled by a healthy body.
CONTACT: Domenick Cama of ISBC, +1-973-924-5105, dcama@isbnj.
In 2010, Norrie became involved with CAMA again and the newly re-established Alberta chapter as a Board member and part of the organizing committee for Best of CAMA 2011 in Banff.
These are subsequently loaded into cartons at speed of 80 ppm by means of a Cama continuous/intermittent electronic cartoner and side-loaded into cases by a Cama case packer.
I am confident that Vision CAMA will improve our ability to produce assessments that are fair and explainable to the taxpayers of Hennepin County.
In 2007, CAMA held its 20th annual conference in Covington, Ky.
For more information, retailers can contact CAMA at 509-665-3280.
In return, the CAMA Chairman Hamed Farag said that the two sides' talks would focus on new policies adopted by the CAMA within Yemen's accession to the Arab Authority for Civil Aviation.
Lucie Idlout performed before being awarded her CAMA for Best Rock Album for her album - Swagger.
Decatur, GA Atlanta CAMA Lecture series: Ongoing lecture series every third Monday.
Le president de la CAMA, Hans Matthews, a souligne l'importance d'acquerir une connaissance directe des besoins des communautes autochtones du Nord, des problems qu'elles affrontent et des possibilites qui s'offrent a elles.