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playa hata

n. someone who does not respect or is jealous of a playa. The dude is just a playa hata. Has something against success.
See also: playa
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SPT basilmayacak yerde basma (p=0,00, rho=(-0,519)), SPT gereken yerde basmama puanlari (p=0,037, rho=(-0,355)) yas ile negatif korelasyon gosterirken, WKET toplam perseveratif tepki sayisi (p=0,135, rho=(-0,257)) ve toplam perseveratif hata sayisi (p=0,063, rho=(-0,317)) yas ile iliskili bulunmadi.
Hata is frightened, ashamed, and disturbed by his unexpected encounter with Sunny's "sexual promiscuity" (Lee, Young-oak, "Transcending" 73).
Newly Redesigned Hata Core-Tableting and Multi-Layer Press Technology
Hata, a DPJ member, told reporters Thursday he visited the shrine in a private capacity and that he hopes the private action would not affect diplomacy, while Shimoji said he visited Yasukuni in his official party capacity as secretary general of the DPJ's ally the People's New Party, and believes it "would not be a major diplomatic issue.
Ideally, in the future we would be able to utilize this technology deliver drugs or other treatments, such as laser surgery, directly to tumors or injuries within the digestive track," Hata added.
HATA was introduced by Berman and a bipartisan group including Congressmen Darrell Issa, Charles Boustany and Nick Rahall, who are all of Lebanese origin.
Hata ise istemeyerek ve bilmeyerek belirli bir davranis ya da uygulama surecinden sapmak, kabul edilmis bilinen uygulamayi ihlal etmek biciminde tanimlanmaktadir (3,4).
The Hata CVX Core Press offers special mechanical features to allow for precision core alignment and an added feature of multi-layer core-tableting.
In Chang-rae Lee's A Gesture Life, the elderly, well-respected and fastidious Franklin "Doc" Hata begins an introspective journey toward a revitalized and reimagined identity.
Ordinarily, you'd be able to exclude the entire $300,000 gain, but under HATA, two-thirds of your gain (four out of the six years you owned the home) is attributable to nonqualified use.
Donald Hata and the late Nadine Hata (to whom the book is dedicated) present two broad overviews of Asian Americans.
Hata is one of the members of the management team that organized 1st Century in 2003 and has headed the finance department since the company's opening in March 2004.
As noted by Young Oak Lee in his essay "Gender, Race, and the Nation in A Gesture Life" (Critique 46 [Winter 2005]: 146-159), Franklin's name is evocative of Benjamin Franklin, an embodiment of the American Dream; however, this association is a misnomer for Franklin Hata since he is unsuccessful in his attempts to leave behind Japan and his role in the Japanese empire.
The special alga could be the fishy version of people's domesticated crops, says Hiroki Hata of Kyoto University in Japan.