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Synonyms for Bataan

the peninsula and island in the Philippines where Japanese forces besieged American forces in World War II

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The specimens are deposited at the entomological collection of Instituto de Diversidad y Ecologia Animal (CONICET-UNC; Moira Battan Horenstein).
2005, 2010, 2012; Battan Horenstein & Linhares, 2011; Battan Horenstein & Salvo, 2012), Buenos Aires (Oliva, 1997; Centeno et al.
In Buenos Aires, Mariano Suarez Battan says cloud computing has sped up the development of Mural.
We talked with over 2,000 beta users in the creative industries: web product teams, game designers, visual designers, advertising agencies, visual thinking specialists, writers, videographers and more," said Mariano Suarez Battan, CEO of Mural.
Another was Thomas Battan, who allegedly hit on the secret while working at Copeland''s porcelain manufactory in Stone-on-Trent in 1842.
Al-Battani or Abu 'Abd Allah Muhammad bin Jabir bin Sinan al-Battani (919-997 AD) came from Battan in Iraq (Al-Sayyid 'Aud and Mahmud, 2000).
Springfield's Caleb Davis is also into the quarterfinals after defeating Sanjay Battan of Benson, 6-0, 6-2, in the second round.
The Columbine lead investigator, Kate Battan, was then flown over to Manchester and was mooted as a possible prosecution witness but she was never called to give evidence.
The Columbine lead investigator, Kate Battan, was flown to Manchester as a possible prosecution witness but was never called.
Los signos sobre el funcionamiento del organismo y sobre la apariencia fisica, le permiten a la mujer con anorexia/ bulimia moverse en lo que Battan (18) ha denominado la diada inocencia-conocimiento en la experiencia de la enfermedad.
Battan, "'The Word Made Flesh': Language, Authority, and Sexual Desire in Late Nineteenth-Century America," Journal of the History of Sexuality 3:2 (October 1992): 223-44; Carl N.
The latter characteristics are positively associated with anther and stigma sizes (Hammer, 1975, 1984: Giles and Bengtsson, 1988: Battan et al.