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liana

a climbing, tropical plant with a ropelike stem.
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Feasibility study / new coastal road - compensation measure mc-t07c - deepening of knowledge on ways to control the butterfly liana.
"I feel like the bay has a personality," Liana says.
liana played a huge role in my eventual graduation from @BU_S0T, and the skills I gained in her classes have shaped my artistry.
M800 will start using Liana Technologies' marketing and communication software solutions globally and aims to empower its business in Northern Europe in particular.
AFTER running her own beauty salon for 20 years, mum of two Liana Mullen got a nose for a new business idea which has given her a better work-life balance.
Liana Liu's second novel, Shadow Girl, is a coming-of-age tale wrapped in a ghost story.
'Our findings suggest that regular engagement in physical activity may improve brain functioning even in young adults in their prime,' said Liana Machado, a senior lecturer in psychology at University of Otago in New Zealand.
Author Liana Christin Landivar is a senior researcher at the WomenAEs Bureau in the US Department of Labor.
"I met children like 11 year old Liana who hid in the basement of their school for almost two weeks, in freezing conditions, without lighting or heat, while shelling devastated the classrooms above," said Orlando Bloom, who first travelled to see UNICEF's work in 2007.
Summary: Portuguese fado singer Liana enchanted audiences Monday night at Beirut's MusicHall with a performance that was both lively and ripe with emotion.
These include a Portuguese Fado concert by premier singer Liana, a mask theatre performance by Berlin-based Familie Floz and UK circus troupe Pirates of the Carabina.