sasin


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sasin

(ˈsæsɪn)
n
(Animals) another name for the blackbuck
[C19: of unknown origin]
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To shape its employee engagement program, the post's management team partnered with the Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok.
FOMC non-voter) speaks on "A Perspective on the Future of Monetary Policy and the Implications for Asia" at the Sasin Bangkok Forum in Thailand.
Sarah Sasin spent two years as a Specification Technologist at Allied Bakeries, working on own label and customer brand products and ensuring legal and retailer compliance.
A quick bit of research reveals the following list of real people all currently living in the UK: Justin Case, Barb Dwyer, Anna Sasin, Stan Still, Mary Christmas, Paige Turner, Barry Cade, Sonny Day, Rose Bush and Hazel Nutt.
Damian Clark shows brooding dark-skied landscapes; Julia Keates offers powerful abstracts; David Wood typical landscapes; Jo Slater, a large metallic semi-abstract composition; while the show also introduces the sculptural work of Alexander Sasin.
President of Nepal Bankers' Association Sasin Joshi said the bank branches witnessed a rise of 15-20 percent more withdrawal of cash than usual.
After the Mass, their bodies will remain in the cathedral and then flown early Sunday to Krakow aboard a military transport for the state funeral, said Presidential Palace spokesman Jacek Sasin.
If this (volcanic ash) could affect events and if some participants are not able to arrive, then such an option (delay) could be considered," Jacek Sasin, an official in the president's chancellery, told RMF FM radio.