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relating to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot

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The team's palmares includes a Milan-Sanremo victory (Gerald Ciolek in 2013), seven Tour de France stages, one Vuelta stage victory, one Giro d'Italia stage, two Tour of Britain overall classification wins (Edvald Boasson Hagen, 2015; Steve Cummings, 2016).
We all have to understand that the fight is just days from now," said Palmares, who was nonetheless deeply touched by the show of appreciation by Ancajas and his team.
Dado que la unica informacion conocida sobre Palmares proviene de las cronicas de los propios colonizadores y destructores del estado, Gayl Jones se propone la dificil tarea de (re)crear Palmares desde la perspectiva de las personas que alli residieron, utilizando para ello estrategias revisionistas de la historia, como la descrita por Morrison.
Indeed like Prestwick and many other Scottish courses, Palmares has a train line chuntering through it.
Por esta razon, el numero de individuos que crecen en los palmares se reduce ano tras ano, a medida que las palmas mueren sin dejar reemplazo.
Tektronix, a leading manufacturer of oscilloscopes, announced today that the MDO4000 Mixed Domain Series oscilloscope has won two prestigious awards in France -- the 17th Palmares technologique de Mesures 2012 award in the category of Instrumentation and the 15eme editon des Electrons d'Or' award in the instrumentation electroniques category.
20 Goodwood Pronounced 'zoombee', Zumbi (born 1655) was the last of the leaders of the Quilombo dos Palmares in the present-day state of Alagoas, Brazil.
A su brillante palmares, el serbio ha logrado la no despreciable cifra de 1 millon, 800 mil dolares, obtenidos en el US Open; mientras acumula un total de 10 millones 609 mil 318 dolares en ganancias, lo que es todo un record en la historia del tenis.
and Cuba's Grupo Palmares SA--involves total investment of around $500 million, including $120 million in the first phase alone.
MAMMALIA, XENARTHRA (CINGULATA) NEW RECORDS AND CONFIRMATION OF PACHYARMATHERIUM LEISEYI DOWNING & WHITE, 1995 RECORD AT BUENOS AIRES OF PALMARES, ALAJUELA PROVINCE, COSTA RICA
As a result, documents about the quilombos of Palmares in modern Alagoas in northeastern Brazil--and many "Brasilicos" (2) and other Brazilian topics--can be found in boxes of documents labeled 'Angola," as well as in boxes ostensibly focused on other African and Asian possessions.
Civil defence officials in Alagoas state said the Mundau river burst its banks in the town of Uniao dos Palmares, leaving at least 500 people missing there.
Ejemplo de enfrentamientos al esquema de apropiacion en uso -basado principalmente en el comercio triangular- fueron las sublevaciones como la de Palmares, que cuatro siglos despues es un paradigma de heroismo.
Directors Cup: Kevin Collins and Lol Summers; Highland Shield: Derek Faulkner and Paul Starkey; Massey Ferguson Cup: Damian Darby; Par Bogey: David Rutley; Carrick Cup: John Reay, Johnny Reay, Ken Wykes and Graham Ratcliffe; Harrison Brown Trophy: Pete Bilic, Wayne Brown, Alex Purse and Brodie Aziz; Palmares Cup: Steve Woolerton and Helen Dellow; Greensomes Trophy: Derek Partridge and Bill Chibber; Nett Champion: Andy Richter; Presidents Putter: Rick Pedrick and Rich Viner; Winter League: Lloyd Jones and Norman Moorhead; Singles KO: Ian French; Order of Merit: Robert Cranston; Most Improved Player: Robert Cranston