n.1.An arpent.
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A representative of the Republican Party, Vice-Speaker of the Parliament Arpine Hovhannisyan said on December 20 that the government introduced a draft law on amendments and additions to the law "On the Activity and Structure of the Government." According to the bill, five ministries will be eliminated and merged with other ministries.
Mattel (MAT) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS with analyst Arpine Kocharyan citing the stock's recent 35% appreciation with little change in fundamentals.
It was part of our life," Arpine Mangassarian, the founder of Badguer -- a nearby hub for Armenian artisans, crafts, cuisine and community told The Daily Star.
The deal was signed by Kuwaiti Minister of Justice, Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Yaqoub Al-Sanea and visiting Armenian Minister of Justice Arpine Hovhannisyan.
Griffin Community Service Award: Cynthia Boyea, Paramount Group; On-Site Manager of the Year Award: Carl Lettich, Silverstein Properties; Portfolio Manager of the Year Award: Arpine Aroyan, Cushman & Wakefield; Engineer--Small Building of the Year: Marco Camargo, Boston Properties.
MP Arpine Hovhannisyan said that the amendments concern original works of authorship.
WORCESTER - Arpine Shavarsh Azizian acknowledges the bubbly tone she has used in hundreds of phone calls this week may not fit the message she has been delivering.
Unlike Arpine, Fitch, Browne, and Corey's (1990) patients, whose improvement was related to a belief that cancer is a challenge that can yield growth, this cluster of couples struggled to find a way to understand the experience.
Arpine Hovhannisyan, the former head of the Ministry of Justice of Armenia, said that despite assurances at the highest level, people understand that these elections do not reflect the real situation holding elections during this period is an imposed choice.
Visiting Armenia's Minister of Justice Arpine Hovhannisyan attended the opening ceremony.