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braza

(Spanish brɑθɑ)
n
(Units) obsolete a unit of measurement used in Spain and Latin America, equal to 167 centimetres
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More than 6,000 workers of the Yanson Group of Bus Companies in the Visayas are members of Paciwu-TUCP, said its national president, Hernani Braza.
Dog Days Theatre opens its summer season with this adaptation by Laura Braza of Thornton Wilder's novel about a young man-Theophilus--who walks away from his job and life to discover the world, and ends up in Newport, Rhode Island.
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He also failed to appoint Bany John Sarabia to the position of Manpower Development Officer I, and instead gave preference to Marlene Militar and Jake Braza for the position.
Furthermore, our results highlight the importance of considering the sex of the child him or herself when seeking to understand the influence of negative parenting styles on children's adjustment problems" (Braza et al., 2013, p.
Braza, MD [9]; Roukaya Al Hammoud, MD [10]; Suchitra Rao, MBBS [11]; Yvonne Qvarnstrom, PhD [2]; Michael J.
Consett v Lanchester LANCHESTER: G Brinton c Mansoor b Graham 21, J Green c Hunter b Graham 0, SCrooks c and b Hunter 0, H Lovell lbw Raza 61, G Halliday c and b Amin23, K Taylor c Mansoor b Amin 0, C Barnes c Mansoor b Amin 12, SMcPhail b Graham 6, D Storey c Ringer b Graham 0, L Donnelly c and bRaza 10, A Halliday not out 3.
(10.) Hindman N, Ngo L, Genega EM, Melamed J, Wei J, Braza JM, Rofsky NM, Pedrosa I.
(Braza), recently introduced Color Me Cool, a new concept in hair extensions.
Ademas, paralelamente, tambien ha aumentado el interes tanto de las instituciones como de los profesionales por mejorar los principales componentes del proceso de ensenanza-aprendizaje durante la actividad fisica (Munoz, Carreras, & Braza, 2004; Tobon, 2004).
Although parenting styles have been reported to have sex-specific associations with behavior, conduct problems, and language development (Braza et al.