Tapia


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Ta·pi·a

(tap'ē-ă),
Antonio G., Spanish otolaryngologist, 1875-1950. See: Tapia syndrome.
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In the new role based at McLean, Virginia, Tapia will oversee the business development efforts and client relationship management in the Tysons Corner market.
I wanted to create a brand that was a tribute to my past, and a drink for whiskey adventurers who don't chase trends, but enjoy discovering new flavors" said Rick Tapia, Founder and CEO of La Bodega Internacional.
The purpose of this contract is to define the precise scope of work and establish the technical conditions under which the work must be executed for the drafting of sanitation and wastewater treatment plant Tapia de Casariego (Asturias).
Tapia is now hankering for a return to management and would jump at the chance to lift Hibs out of the Championship next season.
I Faisal Sergio Tapia give my life for the freedom of my
Tapia is a transfer pricing and international tax specialist who came to the International Tax Center at Leiden University from the Mexican Ministry of Finance, where she negotiated bilateral agreements with foreign tax competent authorities.
Tapia Fonseca (see above) was replaced by Felix Duarte Ortega, 38, an engineer.
I was sad to hear former three-weight world boxing champion Johnny Tapia has died at the age of 45.
An autopsy will be performed on Johnny Tapia Tuesday, two days after the former boxing champ was found mysteriously dead in his Albuquerque, N.
You have to be a hard worker to get anywhere as a dancer," says Laura Wade, who regularly teaches company class for Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, where Martin Ortiz Tapia just started his third season.
Talks Talent-spotting Spurs also want Peruvian teenager renato Tapia.
Tapia (comparative studies and women's studies, The Ohio State U.