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Luma

A currency subdivision of the Armenian dram. A luma is equal in value to 1/100 of a dram. See also: Cent.
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Principalmente se hace uso en estas actividades de alerce, arrayan, avellano, canelo, cipres, coigue, luma manio, notro, tepa, tepu y ulmo.
Lumas, professor of catechesis and pastoral studies at the Institute for Black Catholic Studies at Xavier University in New Orleans, had previously taught at the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley, Calif.
The situation of profiling people of color--especially young men--means we can't warn them to be careful anymore, Lumas said.
What happens whenever a methodology is used is shown in the LUMAS model which is Figure A10.
Eva Marie Lumas. Workshops will focus in depth on the conference themes and goals.
The structure is a reflection of the essence of the ideas -- a cycling from the whole (the emergence of soft systems thinking and the evolving expression of the methodology) to the parts revisited in the light of 30 years' experience and finally back to the whole (the LUMAS model).
Eva Marie Lumas, Richard Sparks Thomas Ivory, Robert Hater, Thomas Caroluzza, Thomas Kendzia, John Bell and others.