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prolific Spanish playwright (1562-1635)

the brightest star in the constellation Lyra

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The Aladdin's troubles were legion, but to begin with, "it was built horribly," said Anthony Curtis, president of the Las Vegas Advisor newsletter.
Two recent grads of Marymount Manhattan College who moved to Vegas last summer have had very different experiences.
Las Vegas is one of the hottest market for retail in the United States," said Robert K.
Las Vegas was the institutionalized wide-open town - an environment where retired Rotarians from deepest Indiana could carry on with pagan abandon, pulses pounding to the assembly-line clatter of a thousand slot machines.
First came the Soviet Union's Vega 1 spacecraft on March 6, followed three days later by Vega 2, as Japan's Suisei and Sakigake looked on from a distance.
The Vegas Media Group has a large media vault and their initial interest was to find a solution to better manage and track their library assets.
In addition to the 496-room Hyatt Lake Las Vegas, which is tucked into a rugged desert nook alongside a man-made lake in Henderson, the Regent Las Vegas and the Suncoast are making a go of it (with varying results) in the bedroom community of Summerlin northwest of the Strip.
Las Vegas tourists make up 65 percent of our customer base and we market our facility directly to them," Groveman said.
The Pioneer Venus probes, however, were basically just going down through the atmosphere, while the VEGA balloons each provided about 46 hours of data (before their batteries ran out) from their relatively fixed altitude.
First Data Independent Sales[R] Fresno by Cardservice International is bringing the convenience of prepaid or stored value cards to the Vegas Grand Prix Fueled by Visa and the First Data Grand Prix Arizona, a first for ticketing and vending at this type of event.
Today, Casa Vega at night is one of, if not the busiest of all the restaurants on Ventura Boulevard.
Through our partnership with US Airways we are able to offer the ultimate pre-flight perk to Club members - the most comprehensive selection of Vegas products available on the planet," said Howard Lefkowitz, President of VEGAS.
Elvis,'' in this case, was Tim Welch, a former Southern California prison guard who is one of dozens of men earning a living in Las Vegas by impersonating the king of rock 'n' roll.
Rodgers Specialty Contractor, Nth Degree, Fisk Electric Take Remaining Space, Capping Successful Las Vegas Development
LAS VEGAS - There are no sure bets in Las Vegas, and no one knows it better than those behind the hotels and casinos here.