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quass

(kvɑːs; kwɑːs)
n
(Brewing) a variant of kvass
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NRG Media Chairman/CEO Mary Quass will receive the National Radio Award during the Radio Show luncheon program, "2020 and Beyond: Insights from the Top."
Foley admitted committing the offence in May, 2016, as well as using a car without insurance and attempting to pervert the course of justice by running away from police officers near Quass Loaning in Lockerbie.
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Quass from the Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology for his help in describing the validation study.
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Otros estudios han ahondado en la presencia de SB segun el tipo de organizaciones: privada y/o publica (Darrigrande et al., 2009); el genero (Ramirez & Maturana, 2011); y en otros aspectos como las tecnicas de afrontamiento al estres (Quass, 2006); la proclividad al desarrollo del SB (Castillo & Alzamora, 2015); la validacion psicometrica de los instrumentos para evaluarlo (Manso, 2006); la relacion entre SB y la satisfaccion con el puesto de trabajo (Ramirez & Zurita, 2011); y el impacto emocional resultado de las demandas de trabajo, autopercepcion y satisfaccion docente con su entorno laboral inmediato (Avalos, Cavada, Pardo, & Sotomayor, 2010).
Dallan Quass, President of RootsFinder, stated, "Our industry has seen so many solutions for preserving family photos and details that newcomers are nearly all dismissed as YASAPA (yet another story and photo application).
The inside scoop: From 8z Realtor Ami Quass: "I had worked with people who didn't have integrity.
Brian Quass took issue with the assumption about the low fraction.