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Synonyms for sylva

the forest trees growing in a country or region

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He asked Sylva to 'work with the legislators to expedite the passage of the relevant bills associated with Section 16 of the Petroleum Act and incorporate feedbacks from the public hearing.
'Let me also remind the chamber that Timipreye Sylva is a lonee to APC after he has been trained by the PDP.
But after he was convicted of murder, Judge Wendy Joseph told the Old Bailey Sylva had a "dreadful" temper which had fuelled the "sustained and ferocious" attack.
The day before, Sylva, who served with the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers in Iraq and Kosovo, allegedly told his brother he might kill himself or someone else.
Sylva, who lived in the same address in Grayshott Road, Battersea, will appear at court today.
Sylva is their most wide-screen project so far, a collaboration with Amsterdam's ace jazz and pop orchestra, the Metropole Orkest.
The New Sylva: a discourse of forest and orchard trees for the twenty-first century
The event was organised by Henry Carr, of Cummings, and featured such exotic vehicles as a Sylva Striker and TVR models.
In addition to Stomach of the Soul: Selected Poems of Sylva
In a socio-rhetorical study of the Johannine Thomas, Sylva (New Testament, Nashotah House Theological Seminary, Wisconsin) argues that John's repetition of Thomas' epithet as a twin is of a piece with Thomas being a literary dyad in this gospel.
Dr David Whitebread and Dr Sue Bingham from the University of Cambridge presented an overview of their extensive research into worldwide literature on pre-school experiences, including a 2004 report by Sylva et al, which states: 'Evidence from the effective provision of pre-school education project revealed that an early start to preschool is associated with improved cognitive and socio-economic outcomes, especially for children at risk--but this is specifically linked to the quality of the provision and practitioners' (Sylva et al, 2004).
The 19,300-member credit union is partnering with the North Carolina Credit Union League to hold voter registration drives on at its seven branches in Franklin, Sylva, Cherokee, Candler, Waynesville, Fletcher and Asheville.
Healthcare comms specialist Pegasus on Friday announced it has appointed Sylva Michelli as associate director.
The sun was setting as WHOI researchers Rich Camilli, Chris Reddy, and Sean Sylva, and USCG Lt.
Sunderland University glass expert Professor Sylva Petrova, who curates the exhibition, said: "The show introduces the works of 18 artists, many of whom are still in the early stages of their careers, but the pieces show a high level of professionalism and artistic output.