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paca

[′päk·ə]
(vertebrate zoology)
Any of several rodents of the genus Cuniculus, especially C. paca, with a white-spotted brown coat, found in South and Central America.
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Collection of paca viscera was part of the ongoing participatory conservation program; although hunters were trained to collect the viscera, sample availability was based on hunters' willingness to participate.
New records of Agouti paca (Linnaeus) from the Mexican state of Puebla.
Paca Mobile Center is a unique independent center in Europe, dedicated to the mobile industry and especially the development of the content and uses of mobile handsets.
In 2004-05, the percentage of all Paca students who achieved reading proficiency on the Maryland School Assessment had jumped to 63 from 31.
PACA was founded in 1991 as a continent-wide contact group for artists with tertiary level training who themselves now teach the subject full time or are self employed.
The intention was really to bring the work of PACA to a wider audience than any one of our projects would reach," she said.
To interpret definitions broadly would exclude inappropriately some licensees from bearing their full share of the financial obligation associated with participating in, and benefitting from, the PACA program," said AFFI.
and the National Institute of Justice, both Point Blank and PACA were
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Mohammed bin Nasser al-Za'abi, CEO of PACA , in addition to visiting Meteorology and Air Navigation complex at PACA, attending an introductory lecture on DG of Meteorology and its various departments.
According to Bu-Zubar, PACA has offered the UN major event a host of proposals within the framework of seeking practical methods to remove the obstacles hindering the implementation of the two UN Conventions, against Transnational Organized Crime, and against corruption.