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Sra.

abbr.
señora
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The meeting, according to a source from the SRA, was only attended by SRA Board Members Emilio Yulo and Roland Beltran, together with managers of SRA.
Beltran said the company is not a registered sugar trader as verified by the SRA.
Clients of Jestyn Jeffreys do not need to contact either the agent or the SRA. If anyone does have a query, however, they can contact the agent, Susie Dryden of Blake Morgan LLP, on 02380 857270 or email interventions@blakemorgan.co.uk
So travellers who wish to escape the crowd and enjoy quiet moments can drop by Or Angkal waterfall on the road to Bou Sra.
Their call for importation, however, remains unanswered by the SRA.
Murrett, MAI, SRA. "Nowhere else can appraisers learn about such Important subjects, make these kinds of valuable contacts and catch up on the latest trends."
The "D" quedans, if not verified with the SRA, shall render the quedans homeless and non-marketable sugar which cannot be withdrawn from the mills unless specifically authorized by the SRA.
There are some studies indicating these beneficial effects on the autogenous shrinkage of UHPC with different SRA, and the autogenous shrinkage was restrained by the use of SRA. Some researchers analyzed the impact of adding methods (mixing, coating, and immersing), dosage, and species of SRA on the shrinkage of cement paste [7, 8].
But strict conditions were imposed on his ability to practise as a solicitor, and the SRA said: "The adjudicator considers that Mr Hollebon represents a risk to clients and the public which the adjudicator addressed by imposing a condition that he may not practise as a sole practitioner, and can only act as a manager or owner where the arrangements have first been approved by the SRA."
Rod Rose was the original Executive Director of SRA. He, along with two other administrators at the University of California at Irvine ably managed the Society from 1968 to 1972; but by then the Society had grown too large for a volunteer administration.
The move, to increase the tracks from two to four, is one of the more radical proposals again being considered by the SRA.
For the purposes of this analysis, appraisal designations held by less than 2% of residential appraiser respondents were assigned to the "other appraisal designation" category, leaving six specifically identified designations in the estimation model: CREA, IFA, CRA, RAA, MRA, and SRA. After we had accounted for the effects of all the control variables and all the significant work effort variables, only one designation made a significant difference in annual income.