armilla


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Synonyms for armilla

a celestial globe consisting of metal hoops

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(archeology) a bracelet worn around the wrist or arm

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General Carlito Galvez, head of GPH-CCCH , lawyer Lanang Ali of the MILF, and Senior Superintendent Noel Armilla, PNP director for ARMM.
Dubai: Little Nylah Armilla, born prematurely in the seventh month on August 12, is a resilient baby who has managed to survive her ordeal against all odds.
Como respuesta a esta situacion, los gobiernos locales y regionales decidieron a principios del Siglo XXI impulsar la implantacion de un sistema de metro ligero en el principal corredor de movilidad urbana de cuatro de los municipios mas importantes del AMG: Albolote, Armilla, Granada y Maracena.
Si mettono in rilievo, in particolare, le analogie fra le melottiane "sculture filiformi" e certe immagini di citta, come Armilla, Clarice, Isaura, Melania, Ottavia, Valdrada, identificando, in ciascun caso, il rapporto frail modello scultoreo e l'immagine calviniana.
La Royal Navy a une presence continuelle" dans le Golfe depuis "de nombreuses annees, notamment la patrouille Armilla et ses successeurs depuis 1980", a declare un porte-parole du ministere.
Survivors include three daughters, Geraldine Wacker, Judy Bowne and Gayle Thorsby, all of Eugene; a sister, Armilla Grubbs of Wisconsin; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Calvino's Invisible Cities is an internal travelogue of towns that consist entirely of an exaggerated single feature of city life: Eudoxia is the hypnotic pattern of weaving on a particular carpet, Octavia a great spiderweb of threads, Armilla is its plumbing.
Senior British officers have already underlined that further reduction of the order of battle would force the Royal Navy to abandon certain missions, such as the Armilla patrols in the Persian Gulf and the Caribbean deployments.
Como ya se ha dicho, puede verse claramente en lugares como el Cerro de la Solana de la Verdeja o el del Castillejo, y tambien es una posibilidad de explicacion de la aparicion de gran cantidad de toponimos dobles en muchos asentamientos rurales de la Vega de Granada: Yejar (28), Gabias, Armilla, Ogijares, etc.
et ne has tantum ostenderet divitias, dextrum nudavit lacertum armilla aurea cultum et eboreo circulo lamina splendente conexo.
CI 396) Armilla is made by the subtraction of all the elements except that of cool spurts of water, while in Zaira each architectural element signifies a moment of the city's past.
Nosotros hemos preparado para tal ocasion la primera edicion electronica variorum del Quijote, la cual da acceso grafico, textual y critico a 40 ejemplares y/o ediciones tempranas (1605-1637), cotejadas, sincronizadas y anotadas, que a traves de la Internet (2) se abren a la tenue luz de las pantallas de los ordenadores, desde Madrid a la China, y desde Texas a Armilla.
After travelling 920k from Barcelona to Grenada the duo took part in a 10k special outside Granada, and also faced a dirt track in Armilla.
The Portsmouth ship's deployment was part of a standing UN commitment in the region known as Armilla, but she has not been involved in the war in Iraq.