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bema

1. A transverse space in a church a few steps above the floor of the nave and aisles, and separating them from the apse.
2. In a synagogue, a raised pulpit from which the Torah (Holy Bible) is read.
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He went on that BIMA?will soon release a comprehensive health insurance product in Ghana, which will affordably bundle its tele-doctor services with hospital and maternity insurance, thereby, offering greater value to customers and giving them all-round?protection against both financial and health risks.
We used the skeletonized technique to harvest the BIMA, as the skeletonized IMA is longer (5-7 cm) and its spontaneous blood flow is greater (approximately 20%), which enables the use of both IMAs as grafts to all necessary coronary vessels.
According to the company, being one of the founding shareholders of BIMA, it sees this new strategic investment of a leading insurance company such as Allianz intoBIMA as a big success.
Bima uses a mobile-delivered insurance model in which customers can pay for insurance via deduction of prepaid airtime credit.
BIMA has been designed in partnership with MILVIK, a leading provider of mobile-delivered insurance and health services, and the innovative insurance company, Alfalah Insurance.
Unknown to almost all North American table tennis players, Bima Negara (Indonesian National Junior Team Member) and Arif Irawan (Top 10 Men's Player in Indonesia) caused havoc in both the Open Singles and Open Doubles event.
The schemes -- Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY), Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) and Atal Pension Yojana (APY) -- were simultaneously launched at 115 locations throughout the country.
More than 30 students worked with creative and digital experts from the Hartlebury-based drp as part of BIMA's (British Interactive Media Association) Digital Day (D-Day).
Although various studies suggest that female gender, elderly population and bilateral IMA (BIMA) grafting benefit from skeletonised harvesting,8 a met-regression analysis5 shows no statistically significant coefficients for sternal infection and female gender, use of BIMA and age.
With regard to social security schemes in the Act, Labour Ministry's Annual Report 2012-13 claims that the Government has launched the Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana for BPL families (a unit of five) in unorganised sector as a health insurance programme; the 'm Admi Bima Yojana'; Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme; Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme; Handloom Weavers' Comprehensive Welfare Scheme; Handicraft Artisans' Comprehensive Welfare Scheme; Pension to Master craft persons; National Scheme for Welfare of Fishermen; National Family Benefit Scheme; Janani Suraksha Yojana and Extension Janshree Bima Yojana.
I am angered by and tired of men like Eric Alterman telling us that we women have pushed them off the bima. I've been "there" from the very beginning and all we have ever said is, "Could you please move over a little and make room for us, too?" If they are deciding to leave, it is because of their own sexist notions and fears of women having a say in anything.