Dja


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Dja

An ancient Egyptian unit of volume approximately equivalent to 300 milliliters.
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The DJA said that many Congress stalwarts were journalists and they knew media ethics.
La DJA a ete fixee a partir d'etudes non publiees realisees par les industriels et dont la solidite scientifique laisse a desirer selon de nombreux scientifiques."a
In the front cover of an edition of 'Asia' magazine published in New York is placed a picture of Miss Dja, former Dardanella's actress.
And whilst the controls are fun, there is a feeling of 'been here before' about it, a sense of dja vu But a decent game, make no mistake.
For Van Basten (right) - winner of six titles, two European Cups and the UEFA Cup, as well as the 1988 European Championship with Holland - it was a sickening case of dja vu.
Dubai It was time for dja vu as well as some serious competition at the daylong Qasim Noorani memorial bridge tournament, held at the Horizontal School in Dubai on Saturday.
Eco-tourism has been embraced by many of the parks such as the Korup national park, and the Dja Faunal Reserve, encircled by the Dja River and home to the famed Baka people--now listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
In Cameroon, this new approach is best exemplified by the TRIDOM project, a new transboundary conservation initiative between Cameroon, the Republic of Congo, and Gabon that will join together a tri-national "interzone" bordered by Minkebe, Boumba-Bek, Nki, and Odzala National Parks and the Dja Wildlife Reserve.
At Clwb Ifor Bach Dja Vu will be hitting the deck with plenty of bass-slapping funk and horndriven rare groove this evening.
Ironically, The Tatling was claimed out of the Nicholls yard by Milton Bradley for 15,000 guineas at Catterick in July - and for the latter, it was a question of dja vu as his Brevity finished runner-up to Continent in 2001.
It is a case of dja vu for Holywell who were in a similar position this time last year but they are without the dressing room presence of manager Paul Aigbogun.