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Location: Singapore
Industry: Oil & Energy
Current: Manager LNG Trading & Origination at ConocoPhillips International Trading Pte. Limited
Education: University of London

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Our Pastors and Staff | Lighthouse Christian Community

PASTOR MARK ROSACAY is the Associate Pastor of the 1030am Service and Director of Discipleship & New Gen Ministries. Pastor Mark attended St. Benedict College (now known ...

Seminar in Linguistics 2010

Mark ROSA: D07: Two Types of Schma Tally Numerals in Okinawa: YAMASHITA: HAMADA: Abstract: July 13: David MOELJADI: M10: Possessive Predicate Constructions in Indonesian

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Mark Rosa Member, New Class Advisory Committee [MSE] Damian San Román [CS] Tamer Shahin [ME] Pia Wiche Member, New Class Advisory Committee [BS] Ren Yi

Seminar in Linguistics 2008

Mark ROSA: D07: Recent Discoveries in the Kaida-Writing of the Yaeyama Islands: NIINAGA: TAKAYAMA: Abstract: June 16: HORITA Koji: D07: The Accent of Compound Verbs and Verbs with the ...

Negative conditionality in Modern Georgian

I am also indebted to Mark Rosa for correcting my English. The investigation reported here was supported in part by the Grant-in-aid for JSPS research fellows from Japan ...

Seminar in Linguistics 2005

Mark ROSA: M05: Kaida Writing in Yonaguni (Ryky, Japan) NAGASAWA: XU: Abstract : December 12: NAGASAWA Itsuki: D05: The Development of the Meaning and Use of Adverbs akirakani, ...

Inference Generation Processes of Japanese EFL Learners:

... to Glen McCabe, a graduate student at the University of Tsukuba, for his continuous support of the present research, and to his friends, Kathryn Hackshaw and Mark Rosa, for ...

Seminar in Linguistics 2005 Abstracts

12/5 Mark ROSA, "Kaida Writing in Yonaguni (Ryky, Japan)" Kaida-di, a writing system which incorporates ideographic and numeric characters, was used in Yonaguni and ...

Seminar in Linguistics 2010 Abstracts

7/6 Mark ROSA, "Two Types of Schma Tally Numerals in Okinawa" Wooden tally sticks using numerals called schma were in use in Okinawa until the early 20th century.

Seminar in Linguistics 2009

Mark ROSA: D07: Evidentiality in the Yonaguni and Taketomi Languages: TAKAYAMA: IMANISHI: Abstract: December 15: NIINAGA Yuto: D08: Word Classes in the Yuwan Dialect, Amami-Oshima