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18) Established in 1987 and currently run by the South African NGO Network, Prodder contains only 2,120 organizations, as registration is voluntary.
Her mother Eliza Prodder is described as having come from a working-class theatrical background, whereas her father as a wealthy banker was firmly embedded in the middle-classes.
There is a constant tension between Lorca, the subversive prodder of audiences, and Lorca, the (potential) revolutionary in nearly every play written past 1930.
A partir de 2002, la CNA instrumento el PRODDER para coadyuvar a la realizacion de acciones de mejoramiento de eficiencia y de infraestructura de agua potable, alcantarillado y tratamiento de aguas residuales, mediante la devolucion a los prestadores de los servicios de agua potable, alcantarillado y saneamiento de los ingresos federales, que se obtengan por la recaudacion de los derechos por la explotacion, uso o aprovechamiento de aguas nacionales.
Their accomplices, Arno Prodder, a 38-year-old Estonian and Moroccan Sufian Mohammed Dris, 22, both received three years.
PRODDER is a lovely, lively lad who could live with older children.
In the creep-and-probe technique, a deminer sweeps a surveyed area with a metal detector until he locates an underground "anomaly," then uses his prodder to determine if it is a landmine.
Celebrating our twentieth year of service to libraries, Dynix is the world's leading prodder of library technology solutions.
Por su parte, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador reconocio que el PRODDER es el que mayor importancia tiene para los gobiernos locales, y tambien destaco la buena relacion que las autoridades capitalinas tienen con la Comision Nacional del Agua y sus funcionarios.
Clients in intervention clinics were also more likely to have had a sexuality-related discussion with their prodder unrelated to family planning than clients in control clinics (44 percent versus 18 percent).
She has a birth defect called Prader-Willi syndrome (pronounced prodder willy) or PWS, which affects the brain's hypothalamus, the region of the brain responsible for appetite, growth, temperature regulation, and metabolic rate.
reasserting my role as prodder and stimulator but not as too much of a resource.