amenia


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Synonyms for amenia

absence or suppression of normal menstrual flow

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(86) Emil Daniyelyan, "Amenia: Presidential Dismissal of Judge Sparks Outcry over Judicial Independence," EurasiaNet.org, October 18, 2007, http://www.eurasianet.org/departments/insight/articles/eav101807_pr.shtml.
* Pam Marshall, Seldom Seen Farm, Amenia, New York.
Organized in 1790, the Danbury Baptist Association was an alliance of "twenty-six churches, most of them in the Connecticut Valley, stretching from Suffield to Middletown and including several as far west as Amenia, New York." By the turn of the century, William G.
Maureen Rooney, Rooney Design Group, Ltd., Amenia, NY
A second summit conference--the Amenia meeting of August 18-21, 1933--was held to plumb the thinking of the restive "New Negro" of the '30s.
In September, DiGrazia will begin selling 3,000 bottles of Yankee Frost, an ice wine made from Vidal grapes grown in his 40-acre vineyard in Amenia, N.Y., which has a unique micro-climate that delays the first frost by four to six weeks, generally until the end of October or early November.
In 1850 he became a member of a religious community in West Virginia and there began dictating poems that had come to him, he said, from "divine wisdom." He organized a succession of agricultural, socialist, and spiritual societies at Amenia, New York, and Fountain Grove, California.
The Amenia Conference was held by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in 1933 to discuss the critique of its program by disaffected young leaders.
The hockey title went to Amenia Hockey Club who thrashed Faridia Club by 5-2 at Amenia Hockey Ground Nanakpur.
By the turn of the century, the association "consisted of twenty-six churches, most of them in the Connecticut Valley, stretching from Suffield to Middletown and including several as far west as Amenia, New York.
Katzner was called in by the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection after the injured bird was found by snowmobilers near the state border in Amenia, N.Y., in February 2011.