sampi


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sampi

(ˈsæmpaɪ)
n
(Mathematics) an ancient Greek number character
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We were then able to develop a more granular version of SAMPI. Our version focused on smaller geographical units in South Africa, namely district municipalities, from 2001 to 2011.
The most important finding of our study is in refinement of the SAMPI by indicator.
In 2010, the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia indicated that, had the matter been properly before them, their Honours would not have turned down the claim for lack of precision: Sampi v Western Australia (2010) 266 ALR 537, 570-1 [118] (North and Mansfield JJ).
The others are Nunavut, Northern Quebec, Greenland, Russian reps called Yamal and a team dubbed Sampi, representing parts of Norway, Sweden and Finland.
The mains include bebek betutu - traditional slow roasted duck wrapped in banana leaf; be sampi mesambel bawang - beef with lemongrass, shallots and chilli; and be pasih mepanggang Jimbaran - grilled whole fish Jimbaran style.
Everlyn Sampi, Tianna Sansbury, Kenneth Branaugh, and David Gulpilil.
The average size, measured by number of employees, ranges from 25 employees in 1996 to 37 employees in 2001, which indicates that the sampi e has a significant number of small and medium-sized firms (SMEs) (4).
Paper presented at the College of Education Research Convocation, Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University Science and Mathematics Program Improvement (SAMPI).
Drama, starring Everlyn Sampi. Three Aboriginal children parted from their mothers by the government embark on an arduous journey home 2002 ***
TONGUE STRAPS: 2.45 Class Attraction, 3.55 Cat Junior, 4.30 Sampi. GOING: Good (good to firm in places).