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an alluvial deposit that contains particles of some valuable mineral

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Esa compania esta a nombre de su padre y todos los hermanos: Placida, Luis, Eulalio, Gustavo, Maria Eugenia y Alejandro Gutierrez Gutierrez.
Por su parte, con los dos indices se establecieron tres especies por ano (Bourreria sonorae, Caesalpinea placida y Melochia tomentosa en 2010; B.
Hurley and his wife Pamela of Placida, FL; a daughter-in-law Rose (Fitzgerald) Bigger of Worcester, MA; a son-in-law Kevin Taylor of Haines City, FL and Worcester, MA; 2 brothers- Gerard H.
The models and sales center are located at 10335 Longshore Road in Placida. For more information, please call Joan Laurence at (941) 525-2248.
Yo que vivo en la placida Guadalajara he sido vecino de actos de violencia comparables en su tamano aunque no en la brutalidad de su crueldad.
Pero supongamos que una metodologia o un decreto suprimieran el dolor, la angustia, la flaqueza del caracter, la desigualdad social, el miedo a morir, y en el futuro el mundo estuviera lleno de gente placida, bobalicona, sonriente, satisfecha.
Exploring the Woolverton Trails near Placida is a popular choice, where you can see tiny islands home to thousands of roosting birds and stop to pluck shells from sandy beaches.
Hat, Hayley Marsden; dress, River Island Code TMCL050413LADIESDAY-27 Trish Gaudion, 36, from Herefordshire and Placida Brown from Gloucestershire.
Placida Lihinikaduwa, a Sri Lankan member of the Franciscan Sisters of Mary, told of her "New Beginnings" project to get families out of one of the largest slums in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Placida Acheru, 42, never gave up trying to succeed...
Podriamos preguntarnos ?cual es el nexo que unia el aroma de aquellas primeras horas del dia con el olor en la casa de Placida Linero cuando el cronista vuelve 27 anos despues para reconstruir el crimen?
placida, placidamente; comun, comunmente; espontanea, espontaneamente.
With her enviable breath control, she is able to spin endless pianissimi, as well as shape and mould Verdi's expansive, arching phrases with both ease and style (witness here Leonora's "Tacea la notte placida" from Il trovatore).
Sister Placida McCann's priest, Father Gerry Roach, had been murdered by the same gang just days earlier.
We were delighted to buy Capricorn Run back at Doncaster sales last week and Placida Racing now owns him in partnership with Khalifa Dasmal, who is already a stalwart supporter of the yard.