Naula

Naula

A Finnish unit of weight approximately equivalent to 425.6 grams. It became obsolete when Finland adopted the metric system in 1880.
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This also means that emerging economy countries need to improve their logistics capabilities and connectivity to benefit from globalization and increasing international trade volumes (Memedovic, Ojala, Rodrigue & Naula, 2008; Lin & Ou, 2011).
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Galapagos National Park head Edwin Naula said: "Lonesome George's body was motionless.
Deolikhan (agricultural), Salla Rautella (pine forest) and Naula (oak forest).
As a world leader in mobility, Nokia embraces interoperability and sees opens standards as a central element in promoting innovation," said Mika Naula, Global IC Tools manager, Nokia.
Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman Naula O'Loan launched a full investigation last night.
Active service Soldiers from the Duke Of Wellington Regiment, Ropate Naula, left, 22, from Fiji and Craig Heaven, right, 24, from Swansea fire an illumination mortar towards Basra
Park director Edwin Naula told the Associated Press by telephone that fishers were also holding sit-ins at three Galapagos National Park offices on the island chain--home to a number of rare animals that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
Also honored were Richard Naula, president of Starwood Hotels and Resorts; Jim Lampley of HBO Sports; and Robert Alcazar, co-founder of the Oscar De La Hoya Youth Center.
Naula Scarisbrick, of the national pro-life charity Life, said recent surveys had found public opinion was against the liberalisation of the abortion law.
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From the LSP perspective, institutional frameworks affect complexity, uncertainty, and reliability in international supply chains (Arvis, Mustra, Panzer, Ojala & Naula, 2007; Prater, Biehl & Smith, 2001).