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scopa

(ˈskəʊpə)
n, pl -pae (-ˌpiː)
(Zoology) a tuft of hairs on the abdomen or hind legs of bees, used for collecting pollen
[C19: from Latin, used only in pl scopae twigs, brush]

SCOPA

(ˈskəʊpə)
(in South Africa) n acronym for
Standing Committee on Public Accounts
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The Chairperson of Scopa, Mr Themba Godi, would like to thank members of Scopa and the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, the public and the media for their support and encouragement.
Prior to using WebWorkZone, SCOPA members relied on phone calls, emails and face-to-face meetings to collaborate.
Scopa has proposed that the SIU submits a copy of its final reports to Parliament at the same time as it submits a copy to the President.
Scopa is also interested in Ernst & Young, which appears to have captured SAA.
SCOPA A Bee's pollen-brush B Kitchen utensil C Out of tune who am I?
Some participants in the SCOPA discussion were familiar with Noble's work from a Bitch magazine article she wrote on the ways in which Google results reinforce gender, racial, and other stereotypes.
But around the town square, a warm glow emits from a tiny spot called Scopa (scopahealdsburg.
Matarranz, V, Scopa, E, and R Vlaar (2011) 'Retail distribution 2015 - full digitisation with a human touch' (EMEA Banking Practice).
149 levodopa dosage (mg) (b) Low SCOPA ([less than or equal to] 12) High SCOPA (>12) n = 47 n= 58 Mean (SD) Mean (SD) p Age 6795 (9.
Scopa, "Evidence for intestinal oxidative stress in obstructive jaundice-induced gut barrier dysfunction in rats," Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, vol.
Ce l'ho gia una scopa I already have a broom Ve lo avevo detto che non vi I told you I wouldn't wait for you avrei aspettato In Una mamma per amica there is a similar case, but with a different verb: La smetta di dire si certo