Dyana


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Dyana

Yoga meditation.
Mentioned in: Hatha Yoga
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News from Japan has also motivated Dyana to seek work in the country.
When the Russians, attempting to befriend the local population, handed out dresses to schoolgirls, Pazira hated the clothes that "represent [the country's] occupiers." After school, the children built a bonfire, and Pazira and her friends (including Dyana) threw their red-and-blue dresses into the flames--after making sure the school guard was not watching.
So taken were Dan and Dyana Preti with Bryan's success in the behavior modification program that they jumped into the world of teenage reclamation with both feet.
Key personnel are Sara Schorske, Dyana Nedra and Alex Heckathorn.
But the 23-year-old Barnett Copthall swimmer did see the Games record of 29.31 she set in the heats earlier broken as Australia's Dyana Calub claimed the mark with a time of 29.07 in the other heat.
There was no home joy in the women's 53kg final with England's Dyana Altenor and Jo Calvino out of the medals along with Scotland's Kirstie Law.
"The partnership we've had with Winn-Dixie has been very profitable," says Dyana Burke, a spokeswoman for Marketplace.
The successful candidate must have a significant background in the analysis of complex NMR experiments using automated resonance assignment software such as NMRView, FELIX, or ANSIG, and structural analysis based on NMR data using XPLOR, DYANA, or analogous software.
Dyana Williams, president and founder of the International Association of African American Music, knows firsthand the value of women's networks.
They drank occasionally but, as Dyana Cridelich remembers, "None of us were into drugs.