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DAMA

[¦dē¦ā¦em′ā or ′däm·ə] demand assignment multiple access
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Local activists, however, said only two members of the rebel Free Syrian Army, allied with the Bedouin, had died in the skirmishes around Dama, near the Lajat region.
Mohammed was taught to play dama decades ago, by his father, and has made it his mission to keep the game alive, and to ensure that it is not forgotten by younger generations.
Ender olarak BLN genic deri balumlerini tutar ve dama tahtasi paterninde gorulur.
unit, described the Gran Dama as the company's major mid-year introduction.
When La Bella Dama veered out on the home turn, Oliver shot Fields Of Omagh through the gap, saving a lot of ground.
This theme is played to the fullest in La dama de cristal, as the last word of the title proves to mean "mirror" and not simply "glass.
The new modules are applicable to both new radio requirements and upgrades of existing UHF DAMA terminals," said Greg Young, UHF Satcom product manager at ViaSat.
The company's successful product line has found numerous applications in the Latin American marketplace ranging from private enterprise and public networks using its DAMA 10000 to more recent deployment of the Subscriber Earth Station (SES) for provision of telephony services in remote areas.
Exotic Wood upset: Toda Una Dama, a 32-1 shot, overtook 3-5 favorite Exotic Wood in the final yards to win the $300,000 Santa Margarita Invitational Handicap at Santa Anita by one length.
Into this climate of opinion, in 1895 was thrust an 'incredible' archaeological find, La Dama de Elche, a bust of a woman sculpted from the shoulders up, with an elaborate hair-do akin to large cartwheels, which came to epitomize Spanish artistic greatness, not just in the past, but even before the time of Rome.
com), speaks frequently at conferences like TDWI and DAMA, and teaches in the MBA program at the University of California in Berkeley.