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AMA

(Automatic Message Accounting) The recording and reporting of telephone calls within a telephone system. It includes the calling and called parties and start and stop times of the call. When performed in a tandem switch, it is known as "Central Automatic Message Accounting" (CAMA). When done in an end office switch, where most billing is handled today, it is known as "Local Automatic Message Accounting" (LAMA). Also known as "Call Detail Reporting" (CDR).
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Summer misinterpreted Lin Nai Nai's relationship to Jean's family and thought the amah was a close friend rather than a servant.
BTC folded in 1988, but over its fifteen years it had helped to develop a generation of Black theatre artists, predominantly of Caribbean origins, who would lead the way in subsequent years, alumni who included Amah Harris, whose Theatre in the Rough focused much of its efforts on training Black youth through its hugely influential "Fresh Arts" program, alumni of which in turn include d'bi.
Conflicts arising from both the 'work and family' and 'family and work' challenges has potential to adversely affect employees' attitude and behaviour in the work and family domains (Frone, Russell & Cooper 1992, Anderson, Coffey & Byerly 2002, Cart, Boyar & Gregory 2008, Amah 2010).
an individual's inferiority," with stimulating sections on "Heart and Soul" (vengeance and the cities of refuge), gender identity and gender relations (including the laws of the amah and sotah), motive (Deut.
She visited Oxford bringing a Chinese amah, or nanny, for her Chinese-nicknamed daughter Cho-Cho, the nannies appear to have gone back to Hawaii or China, rather than remaining, which would perhaps have been difficult under the immigration law of the time.
In this] compassionate fictional exploration of this global relationship, Simpson assesses the human cost that the child-care bargain exacts on the amah, on her employer and on the children of both.
Amah responds to Larson's claim by saying that the language of indebtedness and borrowing is usually a none too subtle way Western commentators have of saying Africa lacks original creativity.
At the times when she talks about her nightmares to her friends Amah and Magi, she claims to have two different memories of being left all by herself: being abandoned by the husband and by the father (296).
10) Eerkiyoot and Ishaka (1949); Amah, Avinga, and Nangmalik (1963); Lois Wilson (1985); David Lewis (1990); Wayne Hussey (2000); Richard Trites and Michael Breau (2001); Julianna Zsiros (2003); Evelyn Martens (2002) (described and referenced at "Assisted Suicides in Canada," online: Assisted Suicides in Canada <http://www.
Although acutely aware of the "anxious atmosphere era city under siege"and residents' ever-present fear of a revolutionary uprising, Power's perspective was shaped by the care of his Chinese amah (nanny), who taught him Chinese, in the process giving him the tools to understand the country's indigenous cultures and peoples.
Small numbers of other messianic Islamic groups exist, including the Malaysian affiliated Daryl Abram, the syncretism Indonesian Amah Caligula (also called the Caligula Congregation), and the Indonesian Islamic Propagation Institute (LODI).