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penna

[′pen·ə]
(vertebrate zoology)
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1989; Lave and Seskin 1972; Penna and Duchiade 1991; Shinkura et al.
She said that it was "obvious" their resignation was what Penna wanted.
Penna was responsible for employee relations issues at Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation (AHERF) and handled compensation issues at Blue Cross of Western Pennsylvania.
Penna be sentenced to 3 years to 3 years and a day and placed on probation for 3 years, to begin upon his release from custody.
La obra coordinada por Penna abarca los temas fundamentales en torno a la materia.
Paul Harris, Penna's regional director for Wales, said: "I am delighted that Penna will have the opportunity to offer Tony's business clients future outplacement, executive coaching and assessment services.
Bill McCarthy of Penna said: "In deciding what is needed to transform British companies into world-beaters, we often focus on the charismatic senior leader.
He has worked closely with Penna on several occasions over the past three years when implementing change programmes in manufacturing.
Penna Sanders and Sidney, in Kenilworth Road, was presented with the award by Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber's director of membership services, Alan Durham.
Hearn's team owner, John Della Penna, was one of the few CART owners who wanted to run at Indy in 1996.
New and Expanded Capabilities Under Leadership of Industry Veteran Michael Della Penna Will Empower Companies to Maximize Their Investments in Email, Social Media and Customer Relationship Management