MEZ


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MEZ

abbreviation for
(Physical Geography) Central European Time
[from German Mitteleuropäische Zeit]
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Now, Mez discovers a growing group of shadowwalkers--including an anaconda, a bat, a tree frog and a monkey--who become bound together by a larger purpose.
MEZ took over management of the store this past February, according to Zielinski, noting that at the time, "there was not quite anything that was good" about the roughly 13-year-old store.
En el protologo de la especie, Mez (1896: 466) no designo cual de ellas es el holotipo.
MEZ 1, an industrial estate in Lapu-Lapu City that was supposed to be the first economic zone in Cebu province to be recognized as labor laws compliant ecozone last year after it failed to meet some requirements, Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz said.
The festival ends next Saturday with a Creative Writing: Finding Your Voice with award-winning local author and tutor Mez Packer and Zero To Hero
Editors are Mez (political and social sciences, Freie U.
We only found scorpions on Tillandsia prodigiosa (Lem) Baker 1889, Tillandsia carlos-hankii Matuda 1973 and Tillandsia calothyrsus Mez 1896.
Karla Ball; Richard Phillips; Crystal Trow; Mez Jones
An ERENE, argues Schreyer in a 100-page study together with Professor Lutz Mez from the Free University of Berlin, would move beyond national frameworks to develop a Community strategy to facilitate a shift to renewable energy in the electricity sector.
Tillandsia extenda was described by Mez (1906) based on a specimen collected by Augusto Weberbauer (3986, holorype: B- 10 0243333-36; isorype: MOL-7489) on July 1903 in Masin, a locality in the Department of Ancash, at 2500 m, in the Puccha valley, a tributary of the upper Maranon river on the eastern Andean slopes (Figure 1, 2A).
Mez zo soprano An nike Kaschenz was born in Cottbus and studied piano and singing at the Conservatory of Cottbus.
She leaves a daughter, Mary Ellen Mez Ziemba of Wendell Depot, MA; a son, Mark E.