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Synonyms for Castile

a region of central Spain

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Buffalo-based Bank of Castile president and CEO, John McKenna, has said that the firm is looking for more market share in Erie and Niagara counties.
Reynolds, 28, was in the car with Castile when he was fatally shot by a St.
Castile was non-threatening and obviously trying to follow Officer Yanez's instructions when he politely informed him that he was carrying a firearm.
Washington: In the back seat of a patrol car, moments after witnessing a Minnesota police officer fire seven shots at Philando Castile, Diamond Reynolds' 4-year-old daughter begged her mother to stop screaming, in fear that officers would shoot her, too.
Hundreds of people gathered in New York City to demand justice for Philando Castile who was killed by Officer Jeronimo Yanez inside his car as he tried to reach for his driver's license during a traffic stop near St.
The GPR data were collected from multiple sites in the Castile Formation outcrop area in Culberson County, Texas and Eddy County, New Mexico.
Synopsis: In 1474, when Castile was the largest, strongest, and most populous kingdom in Hispania (present day Spain and Portugal), a twenty-three-year-old woman named Isabella ascended the throne.
The charges against Jeronimo Yanez were announced by Ramsey County Attorney John Choi, who concluded the use of deadly force against 32-year-old Philando Castile was not justified.
University of Oregon students on Friday led a hastily organized memorial for black shooting victims Philando Castile and Alton Sterling - followed by a march to protest a string of other high-profile police shootings of black men, women and teenagers.
The shooting happened as largely peaceful protests unfolded around the United States after the shooting of Philando Castile, 32, by police near St.
Castile adds to the Object Lessons series on the intrigue of everyday objects by addressing the driverAEs license.
Organic soap maker Vermont Soap is getting in on the action with new fragrance options for its Aromatherapy Air Fresheners, Castile Liquid Soaps, Foaming Fland Soaps, and Bath and Shower Gels product lines.
of the Basque Country), but in Castile, nobles, or hidalgos, approached 11%.
In pre-modern Castile, the community dictated the criteria of inclusion and exclusion, and subjectivity arose in the person as an equal among the citizenry.
When the ducat began to be minted, it was worth in Castile 375 maravedis, in Portugal 400 reais and, in Flanders, its value in what they call gruesos in that province was equivalent to 400 reais or maravedis, according to the estimation of the merchants and to the consensus in exchanges and in all negotiations.