burga

burga

[′bu̇r·gə]
(meteorology)
A storm of wind and sleet in Alaska. Also spelled boorga.
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However, genetic and environmental differences are not enough" said Alejandro Burga, one of the authors of the article.
This added capability will play an important role in the development of customized curing profiles for our clients as it shows exactly how heat is distributed in the part, which in turn leads to better control and optimization of the curing process," commented Ruben Burga, VP Sales for IRphotonics.
We recently ran a campaign with Mobinil to invite customers to our new flagship store in Cairo," said Burga Hatipoglu, Marketing manager Egypt for Adidas.
I absolutely don t believe it," said Federation president Manuel Burga.
I really enjoyed teaching the children how to make UAE dishes from Lugaimat and Rigag and how to make a Burga.
The move was initially interpreted as an attempt to oust Peruvian Football Federation (FPF) President Manuel Burga.
A distinctive element is the 'Burqa' (Pronounced burga locally).
The line-up for BIG 3 includes Trilla, Kid Kaine, Ghetto, Shifty, Flatline, Lady L, Burga Boy, Mr Lista, Shelzy, Griminal, Slick Don, DJ Blizzard, and many other up-and-coming urban artists.
Affiliates of Foreign Companies: Operations in 2003," and Maria Burga and Daniel R.
Hussong D, Colwell RR, O'Brien M, Weiss E, Pearson AB, Weiner RM, Burga WD.
asked William Burga, president of the Ohio affiliate of the AFL-CIO.
William Burga, the president of the Ohio AFL-CIO, said although Republican legislators have threatened to pass replacement legislation, the real battle over "reform" is likely to be waged on the campaign trail next year.