WVN


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WVN

West Nile virus, see there.
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Aside from weavers, WVN also works with a community of seamstresses from the cities of Las Pinas and Muntinlupa.
WVN will soon introduce their pieces to more like-minded Filipinos at the upcoming MaArte oPen House, the 11th edition of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines Inc.'s (MFPI) annual fundraiser, on Aug.
"We will use the films to talk about important factors that affect women, such as the role of the citizen and the concept of honor -- who defines it, how it affects male/female relationships and the development of society, etc.," explained WVN Executive Director Heidi Basch-Harod.
The WVN's 2013 global tour started in Jerusalem, where the group networked with local women's rights groups.
Working closely with Cymdeithas Ysgolion Dros Addysg Gymraeg (Cydag, the Association of Schools for Welsh Medium Education), the WVN has installed the latest equipment, including two 42-inch plasma screens, in studios at each of the six schools in a pounds 500,000 pilot project.
The WVN is one of the most advanced videoconferencing networks in the world.
In this context, the heat supply network (WVN) must be renewed, in addition to the heat generation system including the necessary building automation, due to its age and structural condition.
Since July 2003, US blood centers have used the Procleix WVN Assay to screen more than 19 million units of donated blood under an Investigational New Drug (IND) application.
PanBio, Ltd., Windsor, Australia, announced it has received approval from the FDA of the first test developed for use as an aid in the clinical laboratory diagnosis of West Nile Virus (WVN) infection.