Aija


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Aija

(āī`jə), the same as AiAi
, in the Bible. 1 Canaanite royal city, E of Bethel. Abraham pitched his tent there when he arrived in Canaan. It is probably the modern et-Tell, near Bethel (West Bank). Excavations have revealed a strongly fortified city situated there.
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Reinis Drunka (*), Janis Grabis, Dzidra Jankovica, Dzintra-Arija Rasmane, and Aija Krumina
The projects include rehabilitation of unloading site for farmers, development and beautification of the marine faAaAaAeAoade in Al Aija, as well as beautification of the marke The Minister of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources also visited Oman India Fertiliser Company's factory.
Because the group is, essentially, a subset of a larger body of national court PIOs that had been established in the 1990s through the AIJA, members of the Victorian group said they were also often in communication with colleagues in other states or territories.
The first official AIJA meeting was held on July 1, 1962 in Luxembourg for their constitutive founding assembly meeting, where they gave birth to the UIJA 2, soon to become the AIJA 3.
Aija Brakovska ([mail]), Jana Paidere, Renate Skute, Natalja Skute, and Arturs Skute
Heroes Thusha's team: from back left James Lafferty, Caroline Appleby, Dr Magnusson, Dr David McCormick, Lindsay John, Cathy Brennan, Sharma Sajadah, Aija Siitonen, Tonya James and Jackie Ambrose.
Ali Al Haddabi, CEO of Oman Electricity Transmission Company, said that work will begin shortly on the setting up of Al Hamria transformer station (132/220 kv) and its electricity transmission line, Al Aija transformer station, Al Sharqiyah, and its electricity transmission line (132 kv), and two power stations in Sur and Jahlout (220/400 kv).
HAPPY TO HELP: (back row) Abdul Shaikh, Francke, Debbie Thorpe, Blair Adams and Marcelina Zarzeczna; front row, Aarifah Sheikh and Aija Pozemkovska
Delcamp, Cerna, Mines ParisTech, and Aija Leiponen, Cornell University, "Innovating Standards through Informal Consortia: The Case of Wireless Telecommunications"
In the Land of Blood and Honey', which opens in American theatres on December 23, is set in the Bosnian war and involves a love story between a Muslim woman Aija who falls in love with a Serb Daniijel.