Constantina


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a Romanian resort city on the Black Sea

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Lorna didn't know how to use a cell phone and would ask someone to either call or text Constantina or son, Martin, to tell them of her whereabouts.
En 2008 se agrego un nuevo medio de comunicacion con la apertura de un teleferico que conecta el oeste con el este de Constantina, con una capacidad de transportacion de dos mil 400 pasajeros por hora.
Dina Constantina, vice president of the Greek Cultural Institute in Cairo, told Alba Waba: "Most of the films have been produced within the last five years, though some are older, and some have won prestigious awards.
Most of the films have been produced within the last five years, though some are older, and some have won prestigious awards," said Dina Constantina, vice president of the Greek Cultural Institute in Cairo.
In Beijing, Romanian Constantina Dita, now 42, took gold and is back to defend her title.
In the women's side, 42-year-old Constantina Dita of Romania will be the oldest as she sets out to defend her women's marathon title.
All hope is not lost for Radcliffe, who is the same age Romanian Constantina Dita was when she won Olympic gold in Beijing.
El titulo de <<obispos de Francia>> y no obispos franceses implica que el diccionario resena tambien los obispos de aquellos territorios que han tenido estatuto de departamento frances (Oran, Argel, Constantina .
Most of us that are doing marathons are around this age and Constantina Dita was 38 when she won the Olympics (in Beijing) so that's always inspiring.
Meanwhile, reigning Olympic marathon champion Constantina Dita of Romania will be the event ambassador for the Delhi Half Marathon which had legendary athletes like Jackie Joyner- Kersee, Sir Richard Hadlee, Catherine Freeman and Allan Border as its ambassador in the earlier two editions.
When I ran Osaka in 2008, Constantina Dita-Tomescu ran and she did about 2:30 and came eighth and then she ran London and did nothing spectacular, then she won the Olympics after that.
The early pace wasn't too quick until a group of four or five picked it up, so that I was then left in the chasing group which included Hayley (Yelling-Higham), Constantina Dita and Rebecca (Robinson).
Thinking with Poetry"" is a collection of poems from Constantina C.
In the first section, the editors, Enrico Dal Lago and Constantina Katsari, along with Joseph Miller, establish a framework for slave systems, continuing with general overviews of Greece, the ancient Mediterranean and the Atlantic world.
Ours, Constantina, stood like a landmark high on a hill at the mouth of Vathi harbour.