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Urias

(yo͞orī`əs), Greek form of UriahUriah
, husband of Bath-sheba. An alternate form is Urias. For others called Uriah in the Bible, see Urijah.
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La informacion relativa a las variables de contexto se obtiene como parte de la Estrategia Evaluativa Integral 2010 y 2011 (Caso, Diaz, Chaparro y Urias, 2011; Caso, Chaparro, Diaz y Urias, 2012).
Sin embargo, coadyuvaron a encarnar el racismo que adquirio nuevos matices de discriminacion donde se entrelazan los prejuicios raciales con la marginacion economica, cultural y social", reitera la doctora en historia y civilizaciones Urias Horcasitas, en su libro Historias Secretas del racismo en Mexico.
Identified by Angela Fields, Paris, Missouri; John Wilding; Larry Whitesell; DJ Hucker, Hopkinton, Iowa; Bill Bracy; Gary Studebaker; Joseph Kuepfer, Milverton, Ontario, Canada; Dick Kates; Urias Schrock; L.
While at the Arizona Insurance Department from 2003 to 2012, Urias chaired the NAIC's Solvency Modernization Initiative Task Force, served on the NAIC's Executive Committee and was elected Chair of the NAIC's Western Zone.
Urias, Beatriz (2013), "Un mundo en ruinas: los intelectuales hispanofilos ante la revolucion mexicana (1920-1945)", Iberoamericana.
Urias brings seven years of experience to the team.
Se recolectaron muestras de agua de los efluentes de los estanques en la valvula de salida a medida que se llenaban con agua del estero de Urias (agua de recambio de los estanques).
Council area as well as northern Africa are considered high growth areas both by John Urias and by Serge Buchakjian, the company Senior Vice President and General Manager International: "we are also expanding our presence in Canada, where several programmes are underway, and we are targeting some areas in Europe our efforts being driven by budget availability and threats," they explain.
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Vasquez Urias compare satisfaction levels among minority-males in public versus for-profit college settings.