Imna


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Imna

(ĭm`nə), in the Bible, chief of the Asherites.
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Naziha's daughter Imna was busy chatting with other children who had gathered at the flat.
PETERSBURG STATE BUDGET ESTABLISHMENT OF HEALTH CARE "CITY HOSPITAL 38 IMNA.NA.SEMASHKO"
The IAEA launched the IMNA initiative in collaboration with nuclear engineering and science universities, as well as with employers from the nuclear sector, to support universities in implementing high-quality Masters level programmes in nuclear technology management.
Description : This project aims to consolidate a process of sustainable forestry development allowed within the IMNA El Palmar aimed at ensuring water regulation and biodiversity conservation, in the short and medium term affect to mitigate the effects of climate change and food insecurity .
Description : The project aims to create conditions for sustainable fruit production, improve family nutrition and enable economic improvement of small family producers communities PN 2 IMNA Serrania del IEao.
Description : The project aims to enhance the capacities of the community for tourism management in IMNA El Palmar, constituting an alternative product for nature tourism in Chuquisaca.
In Bolivia the only registered guanaco population of Chaco is south of the department of Santa Cruz in the town of Charagua, on the border with Paraguay, but partially close off the PN - IMNA Kaa Iya del Gran Chaco.
Description : The people of the IMNA the Palmar been reported on numerous occasions problems with wild carnivores, mainly the puma (Puma concolor), but also other (Geoffroy's Cat, L.