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An island in the Marianas Oceania, whose Chamorro natives have had their brains extensively researched by Japanese and American neuropathologists attempting to determine why the natives are particularly susceptible to the amyotrophic lateral sclerosis-Parkinson’s-Alzheimer’s dementia complex—ALS-P-A
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What's more, the Guamanians are offended that Iran hasn't scheduled the game for the usual venue--Azadi Stadium in Tehran.
We explored the perceptions and ideas of identity that Guamanian teachers had and connected them to their educational contexts.
In the category labeled "population," we identified the following subcategories: Asian and Pacific Islanders, Native Hawaiians, Samoans, and Chamorros or Guamanians.
For the population of Guam, it is suspected that a dietary neurotoxin is the risk factor for the development of Guamanian ALS.
Options for preparing a will for a Guamanian include drafting a Guam will, drafting a military testamentary instrument, and drafting a will for the jurisdiction of execution.
Some of these include the Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, Thai, Hawaiian, Samoan, and Guamanian.
Unfettered by natural predators, brown snakes are threatening native Guamanian wildlife.
Kerr and Quenga (2003) report on population variation in different host species and habitats for Guamanian Argyrodes, including A.
First, the unit's standing operating procedure (SOP) needed rewriting in accordance with Guamanian airspace restrictions and operations.
Utilizing the California Birth Certificate Data for years 1989 through 1998, analysis was conducted for 15 subpopulations of APIs: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Thai, Laotian, Samoan, Guamanian, Eskimo/Aleut, Hawaiian, and two residual categories for other Asians and other Pacific Islanders.
3) Includes Asian Indian, Chinese, Filipino, Guamanian, Hawaiian, Japanese, Korean, Samoan, Vietnamese, all other Asian or Pacific Islanders, and not Hispanic in Puerto Rico.