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a space in an otherwise solid mass

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Datos ecologicos sobre la reproduccion de esta especie son escasos, pero con este estudio se pudo observar que esta especie puede utilizar cavidades en cuevas, cavernas o huecos de arboles para depositar sus huevos.
In the case of the Caverna delle Arene Candide, however, a number of clues consistently point to an age of more than 6000 bp (uncalibrated), when the entrance to the cavity was no longer practicable.
Suffice it to say that Soto deserves the equivalent of the Neustadt Prize for her translation (rewriting would be more accurate) of La caverna de las ideas.
In addition to near-term clinical benefits delivered by the HMS system, Caverna Memorial Hospital also plans to attest for Stage 1 meaningful use.
THE Mersey ferries are now sailing under the Spanish flag, paella has replaced Scouse as Liverpool's favourite dish and the Cavern has been renamed the Caverna - and it's all because of Fernando Torres.
Only Taperinha and Caverna de Pedra Pintada in the Lower Amazon in Brazil had yielded earlier dates (7500 cal.
Hahn Ilha do Marajo: Teso dos Bichos Acrocomia Brazil: Para: Santarem: Monte Alegre: Caverna da Pedra Pintada Acrocomia Brazil: Rio de Janeiro: Semambetiba Aiphanes aff.
amp; Holding, Caverna Fifty Seven, REI, Sacramento Automobile Museum and Julius.
Sin duda, uno de los ejemplos mas ingeniosos es la inolvidable octava con la descripcion de la caverna de Polifemo:
Il tunnel si apriva davanti a noi come una anonima caverna.
Bill Heckle, a director of Cavern City Tours who with Dave Jones has helped keep The Caverna household name, is proud of the album.
Gli scavi nella Caverna delle Arene Candide, (Bordighera: Istituto di Studi Liguri).
THE AUTHOR'S TWELFTH published novel and his first since winning the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1998, A Caverna (The Cave) is also the third title in Saramago's "involuntary trilogy," three allegorical novels that present his rather pessimistic view of contemporary society.
E dunque in quest'area che i ricordi autobiografici possono di nuovo far capolino, collegati a una riflessione sull'evoluzione dalla civilta agraria a quella industriale: nella prima "nulla era perduto: cio che era sepolto nella terra rinasceva"; invece "l'industria moltiplica i beni piu dell'agricoltura ma lo fa attraverso i profitti e gli investimenti", per cui "il regno plutonico da attraversare perche avvengano le metamorfosi e la caverna del denaro, il capitale, la Citta di Dite inaccessibile a me e allo spazzino" (104).
1 KQOL will also be hosting a Super Sunday Celebration in the Il Caverna Lounge.