culture area


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culture area

nKulturraum m
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" (Island Style tunics can be found at the Pop Culture area, second floor, Alabang Town Center The Palms Country Club Gift Shop and Lanai Manila, C-4 The Alley at Karrivin Plaza, 2316 Chino Roces Ave., Makati City.
Bags were placed 2 m from the shore, at a 60-70 cm depth in sandy-muddy bottom, and with a 1-m distance from each other in the culture area. Clam sizes were measured using a digital caliper (IP 66-Mitutoyo Absolute), with a precision of 0.01 mm.
It's slim profile also cuts out wasted shelf space, giving users almost twice the usable culture area of existing incubators.
Speaking earlier this year, the developers said they had had inquiries and were looking for both local and national restaurant brands to move in and help build a cafe culture area, complete with outside seating, to work alongside Baker Street and Bedford Street.
Growth performance varies according to spat stage, planktonic population and density (Chatterji et al., 1984), and water flow rate (Doroudi ve Soutgate, 2000) in the culture area. Spat stage has major affect on the growth performance in culture (Chatterji et al., 1984), because juveniles show an exponential growth when compared to elder individuals (Stanczykowska and Levandowski, 1995).
The Plateau culture area can be roughly divided into the North Plateau- British Columbian tribes such as the Okanogan, Nlaka'pamux, Secwepemc, and Sinixt tribes; the Central Plateau- Salish speaking tribes such as the Spokane, Colville, Coeur d'Alene, and Flathead/Salish; and the Southern Plateau- mainly Sahaptan speakers, some of which are the Yakama tribes, Nez Perce, and Umatilla.
Two participants spoke specifically to how the world culture area of EPCOT (a collection of eleven, internationally sponsored and staffed cultural exhibits) would serve as the beginning foundations of their multicultural development.
Training staff to respect food material and to understand that food waste equates to losing money and if after training they're still being wasteful they could be made personally responsible for the cost I'm sure this would cut waste dramatically - it is really a business culture area.
"My favorite things to do are looking at the Moon Glow Gallery and exploring the Arts and Culture area and Ask a Girl," says Violet.
Songs from the Edge of Japan illuminates Yaeyama's rich musical tradition--a musical culture area that has kicked in-depth musical study in English until now.
Does the terra 'Micronesia' refer to a geographic region or a culture area? Or is it a political designation applied to the former US Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands?
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