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BaTA

Abbreviation for:
Blood and Transplant Authority (formally, the NHS Blood and Transplant Authority) edspeak-UK)
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I am very excited for the opportunity to lead Bata in India - a very strong, trusted and admired brand with immense potential to grow rapidly.
His meticulous transcriptions and diagrams illuminate aspects of bata drumming that might otherwise pass unnoticed.
La bata blanca simboliza la profunda sensibilidad por el dolor, por la vida, por las lagrimas del enfermo que al estar frente al buen medico puede "sollozar la esperanza" de que es posible aun en medio de la muerte, postular que hay otra vida y entender que la fe es la capacidad de esperar que Dios .
Roar Bjaerum, Vice President, Financial Services, Telenor Pakistan, and Muhammad Imran Malik, Managing Director, Bata Pakistan, signed the agreement.
Zambia will play the winner of Sunday's Ghana-Tunisia game in the semis back in Bata on Wednesday.
The chemical waste storage problem had been identified by Bata employees as early as 1983 and was brought to the attention of Bata Manufacturing's environmental officer, at a health and safety meeting in 1984.
Los llamados Grupos Bata suelen reforzar sus operativos en los meses que presentan temperaturas extremas, tipicamente en invierno y verano.
I have a child to raise, not to mention my sickly parents and financially dependent siblings whom I regularly send money to," Bata gold Gulf News.
Villepastour (Curator of Musical Instruments at The MIM, Phoenix, Arizona) presents this first ever academic study of the Southwestern Nigerian drumming tradition known as Yoruba bata and its linguistic properties.
This has turned Bata into an ever-growing brand, so much so that it has created a monopoly in certain styles and designs of shoes, adaptable with the needs of the customers in Pakistan.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-17 March 2010-ICRA ups Bata India's long-term rating to LAA(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
A FILIPINO child rights activist will visit Bahrain this week to thank people for supporting the Luzon-based social welfare organisation Bantay Bata.