Adasa


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Adasa

(ăd`əsā), in First Maccabees, a town, near Beth-horon, and place of encampment of Judas Maccabaeus.
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Adasa 16 hybrid maize seeds were planted on a plot of three hectares.
In view of the information available and the documentation collected during the inspections, the CNMC considers that there are rational indications of the commission, by ADASA, SCHNEIDER and CIRRUS, for an infraction of article 1 of the LDC.
Adasa, chairman of the Committee on Programs, Scenario and Plenary Support, credited Deputy Secretary General for Internal Audit Cecilia David for being instrumental in inviting Dorado.
No entanto, valores dessa magnitude estao acima do considerado como insignificante pela ADASA (1 L [s.sup.-1]), o que implica na dependencia do pedido de outorga para a captacao de agua no corrego Capetinga, nas quantidades mencionadas.
O Adasa, moro asimismo, <<muy enfermo con la encogedura y quemadura de pies y manos>>, que tuvo que pagar 8 pesos por el privilegio de la libertad (37).
These include a master plan for the Tel Adasa neighborhood in northern Jeru= salem, where 2,000 new housing units are planned; a master plan for the Ara= b a-Sawahara area for a new housing compound with 2,500 units that are curr= ently being prepared for discussion at the local council and district counc= il levels.
SAMA's Public Sector Committee (consisting of subcommittees of the Junior Doctors Association of South Africa (JUDASA), the South African Registrars' Association (SARA), the Senior Doctors Association of South Africa (SIDASA) and the Academic Doctors Association of South Africa (ADASA), met from 18 to 20 September to plot a post-OSD way forward.
Other projects include the Shasha Grant screen writing competition, with a $100,000 prize; the Adasa Film Labs, a year-round program devoted to nurturing and growing the skills of up to 10 emerging Emirati filmmakers; and the Cloeween Connection, a showcase for 10 Middle East directors that will seek to publicize their projects and introduce them to producers from around the world.
Of the three "set-piece" battles fought in Judah's time--the battles of Beit Zacharia, Adasa, and Elasa--the Hasmoneans won the day only in the second, most likely because they had a marked numerical advantage in this instance.
The conference is officially endorsed by the Western Cape Government -- Agriculture Department, and WESGRO, plus key industry associations such as: FERTASA, the Agrodealers Association of South Africa (ADASA), and the International Fertilizer Association (IFA).
For the first time, Azerbaijan's Aghjabadi region has launched the production of Adasa 16 hybrid corn seeds, Trend reports referring to the Ministry of Agriculture of Azerbaijan.
In an attempt to reveal the beauty of every Egyptian city, parallel to the mainstream images of the country, Alexandria-based Adasa Photography Club launched the "Egypt Again" project in 2016 to document landmarks and everyday life through the lenses of its talented photographers.