Rota


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(Roman Catholic Church) the supreme ecclesiastical tribunal for cases appealed to the Holy See from diocesan courts

a roster of names showing the order in which people should perform certain duties

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Rota was chosen by the UN Office for Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs for its efforts in supporting the youth, in particular Empower, Rota's's flagship youth conference, which has taken place annually for seven consecutive years.
The figures show that on occasions Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has not been able to fill almost two-thirds of the shifts on its rotas with middle-grade maternity doctors.
Tavola said that ROTA has also partnered with three municipalities -\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\- Doha Municipality, Al Khor Municipality and Al Shamal Municipality \-\-\-\-\-\-to host iftar gatherings for hundreds of street cleaners.
To prevent this situation occurring in future we have amended the rota in accordance with the findings by adapting shifts to meet the requirement that trainees attend the 'post take' ward round.
Fahad Al Buainain, Msheireb Properties communication and public relations officer, said: "Msheireb Properties is not only supporting this program financially; our employees will contribute to the success of this project as volunteers helping their colleagues at ROTA to accomplish the house renovations.
NAVSTA ROTA teamed with the 725th AMS, SDDC and TASM-E to provide key life support services and logistical support for 126 transiting Army personnel and their equipment," said Lt.
2004) found Rota White-eye nests in four tree species (Elaeocarpus joga, Hernandia labyrinthica, Merrilliodendron megacarpum, and the introduced Acacia confusa), but their study included searches in regions that were not dominated by Merrilliodendron megacarpum.
Parker AA, Staggs W, Dayan GH, Ortega-Sanchez IR, Rota PA, Lowe L, et al.
Birmingham-based lifting equipment specialist Lloyds British Testing today acquired the goodwill and assets of Rota Handling in Dudley from managing director Ian Payne for an undisclosed sum.
His annual addresses to the Roman Rota highlight these realities, of which promoters of the Theology of the Body must be aware or else drown in naivete.
Rota, Spain, is known by a lot of names: "Gateway to the Mediterranean.
Anthony Rota, Books in the Blood: Memoirs of a Fourth Generation Bookseller.
AMBULANCE workers are setting their own rota following crisis talks with bosses.
Egan, a canon lawyer, had served full time as a judge of the Rota for 12 years.
BRITISH Airways staff are threatening to strike over a proposed rota change aimed at saving the airline money.