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fine meal made from cereal grain especially wheat

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Dorothy's family members |from top) Givvonie Farina, Marcus Farina, her mother Phyllis Farina, and Albert Farina
Dorothy Bradbury (above) and the family in 1914 (left to right) Albert Farina, Annie Farina, Ada Farina, Angelina Farina, Luigi Farina and Farina.
Farinas, who won the Sakharov rights prize in 2010 after going on a 135-day hunger strike to press for the release of political prisoners, had gone to a hospital in Santa Clara to visit another dissident on a hunger strike, said his mother Alicia Hernandez from Santa Clara.
Elizardo Sanchez, head of the Cuban Committee for Human Rights and National Reconciliation, said Farinas, who had gone to visit dissident Alcides Rivera, was still being detained at 0001 GMT Wednesday.
It was at this point that he bumped into Farinas, a lifelong friend, who offered to give him a lift to the airport as he was traveling on the same flight.
Although it was originally reported that Farinas had hired Cabral to perform in Guatemala, it later emerged that it was the EC Music Corporation owned by Enrique Castaneda who had organized the tour.
Cuban dissident Guillermo Farinas has called off his four-month hunger strike after the island's government promised to free 52 political prisoners, according to AP.
Farinas, 48, has been demanding the release of all political prisoners who are seriously ill, but said he would end the strike if 12 of them are freed and the government pledges to release the rest.
Jacomino told Al Jazeera the report is meant to bring to the public's attention that Farinas is taking his life in his own hands.
In Farinas the carrier operated in a calculated fashion to minimize its exposure by indiscriminately paying out the policy limits so it could close its file and leave its insured twisting in the wind.
Since its founding in 1995, the company, led by principals Kristen Evans, Thomas Wright, and Alex Farinas has flourished tripling revenues and generating a lot of new interest and excitement in the Atlanta region.
I started the hunger strike today at noon (1600 GMT), demanding the government to bring the perpetrators of the murder of Juan Soto and stop beating dissidents," the 49-year-old Farinas told AFP via telephone from his home in Santa Clara, east of Havana.
Farinas began his hunger strike after the death on February 23 of Orlando Zapata Tamayo, a jailed dissident who refused to eat for 85 days to protest prison conditions.
Castro s comments -- his most extensive yet on recent dissident activities on the island -- signaled that Cuban authorities will not budge politically to prevent the death of Farinas, who they view as an instrument of U.
Dorothy's great uncle Luigi Farina during the Second World War