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Synonyms for patio

Synonyms for patio

usually paved outdoor area adjoining a residence

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If Arifin didn't support Pak Haryanto and stood himself it would change the whole political map in Pati, everything would be shaken up.
Practically, the PATI score examines fourteen organs and assigns a risk factor from 1-5 (eg, pancreas=5, spleen=3, bladder=1) to each organ.
Another soldier entered the room, untied Pati and helped her off the table.
Pati went to school in a tiny village called Remu in West Midnapore, West Bengal, and to college in the same district.
Now this will allow more FDI to come in and if the markets in addition to that see these kinds of changes, then more FIIs will come in," added Harsh Pati Singhania, President, FICCI.
The final tests, scheduled for this month, will complete the assessment of the PATI unit's sterilizing power and enable the company to specify pre-production prototypes for manufacture.
Pati Werens, aged eight, said: "I like riding the bike with two seats in the peer zone.
Indu Pati, 38, volunteer worker, South Shields: Any method that will help make children's education a serious matter should be tried.
Head coach Pati Pati walks onto the field, and the players fall silent.
Parece que eso lo tienen muy claro en Mexico Pati Chapoy, Pedro Sola, Daniel Bisogno y Atala Sarmiento, quienes se cruzaron a la casa del vecino pais y nos trajeron las novedades del mundo del espectaculo con su gira "Ventaneando America", que concluyo dias atras.
PATI is essentially an interface that lets builders execute specific processes.
When I looked it up in my dictionary, however, I found that the words passive and passion come from the same Latin root, pati, which means 'to endure.
Duncan Fletcher, director of PATI, says the biggest misperception people have is that athletes are all millionaires who can just play golf and watch TV after their sports careers end.