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Maulana Karenga Professor and Chair of Africana Studies, California State University, Long Beach; Chair, The Organization Us and the National Association of Kawaida Organizations (NAKO); Creator of Kwanzaa and the Nguzo Saba, author of Kawaida and Questions of Life and Struggle and Maat, The Moral Ideal in Ancient Egypt: A Study in Classical African Ethics and Introduction to Black Studies.
Appointed as Directors at Large were Roberto Castelli (Bonatti), Marco Jannuzzi (Caterpillar), John Tikkanen (Bredero Shaw), Jerrit Coward (Willbros) and Wilhelm Maats (Maats Pipeline Equipment).
Among the paintings is a scene depicting the king offering the justice sign of Maat to the god Amun Re.
Santiago Jimenez, Maat Chairman says: "The combination of technology solutions from both companies will enable us to offer a very competitive and fully integrated solution to our customers in banking and e-business in all the markets in which we operate.
5-year training program called the Matachewan Aboriginal Access to Mine Jobs Training Strategy (MAATS) has successfully placed more than 115 Aboriginal people in permanent positions at three mines: Northgate Minerals, Lake Shore Gold and Liberty Mines, said MAATS executive director Ann Batisse.
Normalizing nutrient intake is critical to allow recovery to occur," said Melissa Rocchi, MAAT, LCPC, ATR, program development coordinator and manager of expressive therapies at Timberline Knolls.
In a demonstration, Dickinson logs onto MAAT and pulls up the Google Earth representation.
The Zwanenberg reputation is based on the quality of our products and it is vital that this is reflected in the packaging as well," comments Roelof ter Maat of Zwanenberg Food Group.