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Lana

In Mexico, a slang term for money. Equivalent terms are baro and feria.
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I'm presenting the collection at ArteFino this month, so we're previewing it there before the fashion show." Len Cabili (inset) will highlight her children's line for Baro at Saya.
It appears South Sudanese refugees will be in Gambella for some time yet, while the Baro River will flow on, its seemingly placid surface undisturbed by river traffic, through a land of limbo caught up in the surrounding troubles.
Es ahi, en el tratamiento de las preocupaciones y los miedos de los ciudadanos, en la irrupcion de la actualidad que pide la modernizacion de imagenes en los suenos, donde Martinez Baro encuentra la clave de la pervivencia del genero y de la renovacion de sus materiales y estructuras.
Head of the Board of Directors of BARO International Richard Wagner, for his part, expressed the company's readiness to cooperate with the Syrian side in establishing more power generating plants, whether using gas or wind turbines and renewable energy sources.
Javier Camara, su hijo en la ficcion de 7 vidas escribio: <<Se ha ido AMPARO BARO. Mi madre tantos anos.
BARO's core mission is providing high-quality, cost efficient lighting options for those independents.
Two box culverts as well as 92 meters long retaining wall was also constructed in Baro Khel Kanda village.
Taking liberation theology as the model and source of inspiration, Martin Baro recalled three intuitive truths that summarized its theological content:
BARO Applied Technology, a subsidiary of global retail lighting giant BARO Lighting, has launched in the UK and Ireland its range of UVC air and surface disinfection systems to the food industry.
Juergen Baro, who has currently been platform leader radiation curing, is now leading the Cognis European technology platform team focusing on innovation and customer support.
Earlier Mr Campbell courageously cleared passengers from the carriage, including young mum Nadia Baro and her eight-month-old son.
going, going Montse Baro (left) and David Steedman (right) with Technical College hairdressing students Claire Lockwood and Kerri O'Brien and without their locks (right) Montse and David lose their locks for charity ...