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Dammam

 

(al-Dammam), a city in Saudi Arabia, the administrative center of Eastern Province. Population, approximately 20,000. It is a port on the Persian Gulf; about 70 percent of all imported goods pass through Dammam (grain, tea. coffee, sugar, and textiles and other industrial goods). It is connected by railroad to Riyadh. It is located in an important oil region (including the Dammam and Abgaig fields). It is also a fishing center.

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Estos procesos han sido estudiados en la cuenca del rio Pichis por Soria, Pinedo, y Rodriguez (2008: 4), en el Ucayali por Dammann (2009), y en distintas zonas de forma comparativa por Collado, Castro, Rodriguez et al.
Framework * Focus on ECSE * Online practicum seminar King-Sears, N = 64 GETC Placement Carran, N = 34 SETC * Various settings including Dammann, From five TPP self-contained, inclusive, and (traditional and cotaught classrooms, or Sullivan alternative) resource rooms Alter Extent (2012) * Two field experiences Framework * No information provided Ludlow, N = 18 SETC Placement Gaylon-Keramidas, * Two sellings.
There is also selection of products from companies with Gruppo Illy, the Illy family's holding company, including Dammann Freres Teas.
O'Shea TM, Allred EN, Dammann O, Hirtz D, Kuban KC, Paneth N, Leviton A.
Gib Dammann, president of Zero Waste Vashon (ZWV), said the figure is triple what the county was expecting.
McElrath TF, Hecht JL, Dammann O, Boggess K, Onderdonk A, Markenson G, et al.
Teacher preparation programs have, historically, equipped educators for separate areas of teaching: general or special education (King-Sears, Carran, Dammann, & Arter, 2012).
Dammann, Right to Leave, supra note 31, at 140-41; Goebel, supra note 31, at 259.
Both the key themes of E-Commerce and the DIY Boulevard proved very popular," says Thomas Dammann, executive director of the Central Association of the Hardware Trade.
According to Dammann, Kent saw herself as "an instrument of a benevolent, if mysterious, God.
1993); see also Jens Dammann, The Controlling Shareholder's General Duty of Care: A Dogma That Should Be Abandoned, 2015 U.