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(rē'gah),
Antonio, Italian physician, 1832-1919. See: Riga-Fede disease.
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(20) This rare commission by Kaleidoscope was, according to Colin Gorrie, "a failure": "Liz admired Ryga's work," but "Ryga couldn't respond to Liz's style ...
(NASDAQ Baltijos saliu vertybiniu popieriu birza) OMX OMX OMX Vilnius Ryga Talinas Minimali reiksme 68,55 107,2 121,55 Maksimali reiksme 569,04 747,36 996,86 Table 2.
Ryga described the story as "an odyssey through hell of an Indian woman," that hell being the racism and violence of an average Canadian city.
Maris Zvaigzne (Latvijos universitetas, Ryga) pranesime "Tarp praeities ir ateities: demokratija, darbo jegos judejimas ir bukle pokomunistinese salyse (Latvijos atvejis)" aptare darbo jegos judejima Latvijoje velyvuoju sovietiniu ir ankstyvuoju posovietiniu laikotarpiu, kuriame buvo likviduota Tarybiniu socialistiniu respubliku sajunga ir liberaliomis ekonominemis bei politinemis reformomis pradeta kurti pilietine visuomene.
The importance of Albertan playwright Elsie Park Gowan's The Last Caveman to Sydney Risk's Vancouver-based Everyman Theatre Company in the 1940s, Risk's involvement in theatre in both provinces, the easy travel across the borders by artists like Sharon Pollock, George Ryga, Margo Kane, and Morris Panych, suggest a natural resonance between these two political entities.
Neabejotina, kad miesto ivaizdis kaip preke uzsienio rinkoje pritraukiant turistu srautus ir investicijas atlieka didziuli vaidmeni, taciau "vidinis" ir "isorinis" to paties miesto suprekinimas gali anaiptol nesutapti (pvz., zinome, kad Ryga ar Vilnius britams yra patrauklus ne del savojo paveldo, bet kaip pigiu ir kokybisku bernvakariu vieta).
Originally a minor character, playwright George Ryga expanded the part specifically for George.
(12) Fairley's cultural leadership continued with the founding of New Frontiers (1952-56), which along with the Tribune and related publications such as En Masse, Combat, and Champion, provided opportunities for a new generation of poets such as Patrick Anderson, Miriam Waddington, Irving Layton, Milton Acorn, Louise Harvey, and George Ryga. Even as the party's political influence entered into a sharp decline with the coming of the Cold War and the anti-Stalinist upheavals of 1956, the novels of the 1950s included titles such as Hubert Evans, Mist on the River (1954), Dyson Carter, Fatherless Sons (1955), Jean-Jules Richard, Le feu dans l'amiante (1956), and Pierre Gelinas, Les vivants, les morts et les autres (1959).
Contractor name : PILNSABIEDRIBA RIGAS MIKROAUTOBUSU SATIKSME FILIALAS (TIKROJI UKINE BENDRIJA RIGAS MIKROAUTOBUSU SATIKSME , VISKALU IELA 13, RYGA, LV-1026 LATVIA)
"I am become a name": The Representation of Ukrainians in Ross, Laurence, Ryga, and Atwood.
RyGA (CyHAN)- Talis Kravalis has been suspended as director of the Customs Board of the Latvian Revenue Service and is facing a disciplinary probe, Latvian public television reported Friday.