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Naturalu, kad vienas is pagrindiniu kritikos metodu, paremtu nuostoliu rizikos matais, argumentu yra tas, kad sie metodai pernelyg koncentruojasi i siekima isvengti galimu nuostoliu ir mazai demesio skiria grazos, atitinkancios rizika, uztikrinimui.
Matai was incorporated in Fiji in 1996 as a private mineral exploration company and has spent approximately A$4.
There are more than 30,000 matais registered but only 16,000 are in the country, of which about 8% are women.
Matai appeared quite traumatised by his encounter with the deputy principal at his college, whom he described as "white":
Fizines aplinkos harmoningumo (darnos) matai pirmiausia taikomi visuomeniskai svarbiu urbanistines strukturos situaciju sprendiniams, lemian-tiems miesto vizualini ivaizdi, liudijanti apie visuomenes kultura, kureju profesionaluma ir vargu ar gali buti tapatinami su tausojimo ideja.
Muhammad al Matai al Tamek, SADR, Minister of Information, interview, May 24, 2009.
In the June 13th article posted on HuffPost Green, Matai explained that each solar stream from the Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) would produce enough energy to power nearly 300,000 homes eco-efficiently.
More than 60 retails travel agents and Matai specialists in Eastern Canada and more than 80 from the Western region attended a series of dinner seminars.
Sanjay Matai, Promoter, Wealth Architects***Since it's an indirect cost, almost 50 per cent of our clients don't bother about inflation at the time of financial planning.
Four-month-old Matai Reid was monitored by scientists at Durham University yesterday to see how he responded to different moving images on a television screen.
The Manly Sea Eagles utility player, the youngest member of the Kiwis' 23-man squad, has been chosen by coach Stephen Kearney as the replacement for his injured club-mate Steve Matai at left centre.
In Fiji, Matai Akauola, a journalist, told Al Jazeera that many workers had evacuated their offices and were moving to higher ground.
I went with my cousin who was a matai (village leader) and we went to the mountain, inland area where the people of the villages fled.
In that context we can understand Israeli Deputy "Defense" minister Matai Vilnai who warned once that continuing resistance would bring upon Palestinians a "bigger holocaust".
New Zealand: Hohaia, Nightingale, Matai, Ropati, Vatuvei, Marshall, Leuluai, Blair, Fien, Tuimavave, Mannering, Fa'alogo, Smith.