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DAMA

[¦dē¦ā¦em′ā or ′däm·ə] demand assignment multiple access
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Sus amigos afirman que ella se desgarraba con la idea de tener que renunciar a un amor para plegarse a los deberes de una primera dama.
Cuatro anos de portadas y fotografias y especulaciones y ambiguedades y de perseguirle los pasos a una primera dama que convierte en promocion politica todo lo que toca.
Contrary to reports in this morning's Australian newspaper, no one employed under the DAMA guidelines will be paid less than the relevant award paid to an Australian worker.
At the end of the training, Dama was given an allowance.
Por cierto, tambien hubo otra espanola como Primera Dama en Honduras, Aguas Santas Ocana, que estuvo casada con Ricardo Maduro.
DeVry Group said it expects DamA sio to be modestly accretive to earnings per share in fiscal 2015 and increasing thereafter.
BEIRUT: An eruption of violence around the village of Dama, in southern Syria, between Druze and Bedouin living in the area -- the Bedouin backed by rebel groups -- killed at least 15 people Saturday, according to multiple sources.
Coincidentemente, la carrera de la primera dama Peng estuvo dedicada a las artes escenicas hace algunos anos, es una cantante muy querida y admirada en su pais, por lo que para ella este recorrido fue tambien un momento muy especial".
Elena Garro's 1963 play La dama boba stages a mid-twentieth-century encounter in Mexico between indigenous campesinos who preserve strong ties to pre-Hispanic cultural roots and urbanite capitalinos that seek to impose a hegemonic vision of Mexican national identity.
One only needs to go to Souq Waqif, in the heart of the city, to find many aspects of this heritage, from old cafes and wares to the ancient game of dama.
Also up for sale are 30 Dama dama, fallow deer, which were brought over in the 1970s from Germany.