Prisca

Prisca

(prĭs`kə), in the New Testament, wife of AquilaAquila
, in the New Testament, Christian of Jewish origin from Pontus who lived at Rome. He and his wife, Prisca or Priscilla, were friendly to Paul.
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Le conseil d'administration de la Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) a demis de ses fonctions, Rita Likukuma, directrice generale par interim, en raison de sa nomination par l'ancienne ministre de l'Environnement, du Tourisme et de l'Hotellerie, Prisca Mupfumira, a-t-on appris , vendredi.
Nyamagabe district vice mayor for social affairs, Prisca Mujawayezu said that they decided to build the primary school in the area because some pupils had to walk 7 kilometers to reach the nearest school in Cyanika which resulted into school dropouts.
'The goodwill and support from the Governor Sospeter Ojaamong, Finance executive Phaustine Barasa, chief officer Prisca Omoit helped to achieve that record," he said.
According to state-owned daily The Herald, Prisca Mupfumira was detained on Thursday over the alleged disappearance of millions of dollars at the country's pension fund when she was social welfare minister.
Instead, Mr Pundo told the principal, Ms Prisca Mgute, to intervene in the needy case.
In her welcome remarks, Zimbabwean Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Ms Prisca Mupfumira said the summit would create a platform for African countries to share ideas on how to grow their sustainable wildlife economies and create an opportunity to unite stakeholders in the wildlife sector.
Lecturers Chrysanthe Patestos and Donette Walker, and School of Nursing Executive Director Prisca Anuforo launched the Integrative Student Growth Model, a student-centric model that builds on the individual strengths of each student in a holistic, inclusive and interconnected way.
One of the earliest references related to the Baku coast is the information of the Byzantine author Prisca of Pontus in the first half of the fifth century.
He gives a shout-out to his great friends Prisca and Aquila; Paul unusually puts Prisca's name ahead of her husband's, a show of his esteem for her.
On the sidelines of the conference, al-Sahouti met Judge Loretta Prisca, president of the Federal Court of New York, where they discussed ways to enhance co-operation between the two, especially in the areas of exchanging judicial experience.
* Women founded and led house church communities (Lydia, Prisca, Nympha, Mary of Jerusalem, Tabitha);