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the forest trees growing in a country or region

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De Silva has the skill set to represent Alberta s interests in the United States.
De Silva focuses her practice on direct lending transactions, debt investments and debt restructurings across the capital structure.
Miss de Silva, who lives in West London, told the inquest Mr Komur was determined to come to Britain, although he had no money, and had acquired a fake passport.
Nevertheless, there are few better qualified than De Silva to speak about Sri Lankan cricket ahead of the forthcoming World Cup.
De Silva (right) was part of a top order capable of pyrotechnics that few teams - including England - could match.
Slow left-armer de Silva (three for 31) was then in the wickets as the Lions faltered in their second innings.
De Silva was responding to British Prime Minister David Cameron 's stance that his country will push for an international probe by the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) if Sri Lanka does not address its human rights issues that include deaths of civilians during the last phase of the war by March next year.
De Silva, a 14-year-old genius from Harrogate, Tennessee, graduated high school three years ago and in a matter of weeks she'll be walking at her college graduation ceremony from (http://www.
De Silva did not explain the cause of death but declared the mass grave a crime scene.
Dark Tanned Chinese by Jayamini de Silva is on Level 3 of Newcastle City Library until February 10.
A letter from de Silva to Adams said: "I wanted to make you aware that my report touches on the plot by loyalist paramilitaries to attack you in May 1987.
EVERY cricket fan remembers Aravinda de Silva for being arguably the greatest batsman Sri Lanka ever produced.
He succeeds Dirk van Braeckel who moves to Volkswagen Group design directed by Walter de Silva, a statement from the company said.
Tamara de Silva commented, “The term 'quasi-judicial' is not a conclusory term-it requires a scrutiny of function.
Eugene de Silva and Matthew Maples *, Walters State Community College.