zabra

zabra

(ˈzɑːbrɑː)
n
a small 16th century Spanish sailing vessel
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Zabra is an exhibition of photographs that focuses on one of the arguably lesser known aspects of Qatari heritage, namely the decorative side associated with personal accessories especially surrounding special occasions and celebrations.
Police Provincial Office (PPO) director, identified the wounded as Alfie Olaes Convento, 28, his sister Christine, and one Aldrin Margallo Zabra, 22, all fishermen.
Responsables: Alfonso Teja Zabra (Secretario General), Humberto Lopez Villamil (Secretario ejecutivo a cargo de la publicacion) y Victor Castaneda (Secretario de actas).
Asi, por ejemplo, una relacion de 2 de octubre de 1942 incluye a 10 presas de mas de 65 anos que solicitaban ser trasladadas a otra prision: Victoria Alvir Cuellar (de Madrid), Gregoria Bruseau Vilacampa, Gregoria (Huesca), Saturnina Castaneda Lopez (Toledo), Juliana Chillaron Rey (Ciudad Real), Consuelo Fernandez Balboa, Eulogia Navarro Torrijos (Toledo), Emilia Pascual Hernando (Bilbao), Matilde Pena Bascunana (Ciudad Real), Teresa Vila Pujol (Girona) y Mercedes Zabra Ramirez (Jaen) (ACPP 1/1944).
Indeed street harassment appears to be endemic throughout the region (Rim Zabra, "The High Price of Walking," in Ilkkaracan, ed.
A large body of research has highlighted the problems associated with this approach including: (a) high incidence of mistakes because one department often dominates while others perform subordinate tasks and are not involved in key decisions (Griffin and Hauser, 1996; Sheremata, 2000; Zahra and Ellor, 199 3), (b) a slow pace of development because each department is concerned more with turf-protection and avoiding blame for mistakes than with sharing information (Donnellon, 1993; Griffin and Hauser, 1996; Zabra and Ellor, 1993), and (c) a higher cost of NPD resulting from the mistakes and need for rework later in the process (Ancona and Caldwell, 1990; Jassawalla and Sashittal, 1999).
Entitled Zabra, which is a traditional Qatari word that denotes the dressing up for special occasions, the exhibition features 24 photographs in black and white with golden flourishes to emphasise the psychological effect that dressing up for a special occasion can have on a person.
Zabra (1991) suggested that the lagged effect of corporate entrepreneurship on firm performance may exceed the concurrent performance impact.