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Anu Nayake Maha Thero, is the Chief Prelate (Mahanayake) of Kotte Sri Kalayani Samagri Dharma Maha Sangha Sabha a highly prestigious position, in the Siamese sect of the Buddhist Sangha.
Mihir, Anu and former Biju Janata Dal (BJD) MLA Ranjan Baliarsingh joined the party in the presence of Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan at state party office.
Anu pays regular visits to West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre in Selly Oak, where staff told her about a PS1.
El objetivo de esta investigacion fue el de caracterizar la Estructura Genetica de la poblacion Anu del Estado Zulia, Venezuela.
When asked Anu on the same he said, "It is good to be doing something different.
One example, 'Operation Hydrate', involved students taking water samples and using dip nets to collect aquatic insect larvae from a number of locations on the ANU campus.
En tal sentido, la alimentacion de la comunidad indigena Anu y otros grupos etnicos de Venezuela como los Wayuu, Yukpas, Bari, entre otros, ha sido motivo de preocupacion, ya que diversos estudios han concluido que dichos cambios en la alimentacion tambien han ocurrido en poblaciones indigenas (Del Popolo et al.
The weather omens of the celestial divination series Enuma Anu Enlil have, until recently, been the focus of comparatively little study by scholars.
Quoting a new assessment published in the journal Nature this week, ANU said that genetic studies have revealed that the species, many of them tiny, are as diverse as warmer ecosystems, and many of them are found only in specific regions of the continent.
ANU researcher Dr Andrew Glikson said the spectacular crash would have
The research examined antibiotic resistance in Europe from both a medical and a political-economic perspective, and was a joint project from ANU School of Medicine and the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy.
We took small molecules and clipped them together like Lego," said lead researcher Professor Michael Sherburn, from the Research School of Chemistry at ANU.