Dolia


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Dolia

A Russian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 44.4 milligrams. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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Cato says, the master of a family (patremfamilias) must have in his rustic villa "cellam oleariam, vinariam, dolia multa, uti lubeat caritatem expectare, et rei, et virtuti, et gloriae erit," that is, "an oil and wine cellar, many casks, so that it may be pleasant to expect hard times; it will be for his advantage, and virtue, and glory." I had in my cellar a firkin of potatoes, about two quarts of peas with the weevil in them, and on my shelf a little rice, a jug of molasses, and of rye and Indian meal a peck each.
Region XI's chef Alfonso Dolia Solane LPG/Released Braised sticky rice with mangosteen salsa topped with sweet and spicy adobo Solane LPG/Released Region XII's Chiko Cacanindin Solane LPG/Released Maguindanaoan Beef sinina with mashed potato and purple yam Solane LPG/Released Region XIII chef Paolo Lumbres Solane LPG/Released Buntaa with pan-fried salmon, coconut shrimp sauce and lemongrass oil Solane LPG/Released At the NCR leg, chef Wilfredo Peaafiel II emerged victorious with his Pan-fried rellenong manok, stuffed with salted egg, longganisa, kesong puti served with ginger-pandan rice pilaf, mango-mustard sauce, sauteed julienned baby carrots and zucchini with chicharo.
Implementing agency : Kultrne Centrum dolia Bodvy A Rudohoria
Lo que si recuerdo es que a nosotros nos dolia mucho cuando leiamos que grandes artistas se quejaban de que nosotros acaparabamos todo, nos despreciaban y yo jamas haria eso.
Hubo personas que lo rompieron, hubo protagonismos y eso le dolia al maestro porque se habia roto el acuerdo."
Tengo la impresion de que le dolia especialmente el ridiculo, y por eso se cuidaba de no ridiculizar a nadie.
A practical example of this are the archaeological research on the six dolia found in the 'Garum Shop' of Pompeii (Curtis, 1979; Curtis, 1983) conducted by a Spanish-Italian group (Bernal and Cottica, 2010; Bernal et al., 2013), which has allowed new interdisciplinary studies on experimental archaeology of small-scale garum preparations (Garcia et al., 2014).
Alumno destacado primero en en el Liceo Montaigne de Paris, y mas tarde en el Perier de Marsella, aprendio muy bien el frances, y mucho se dolia de haber tenido que llegar a la adolescencia lejos de sus padres y sin saber gran cosa de ellos.
Mexican journalist Dolia Estevez, however, told a (http://aristeguinoticias.com/0102/mundo/trump-humillo-a-pena-nieto-el-presidente-mexicano-balbuceo-dolia-estevez/) local news outlet that Friday's phone call was "a very offensive conversation where Trump humiliated PeAaAaAeA~a Nieto." He wrote in the Mexican radio outl (http://proyectopuente.com.mx/2017/02/01/necesitamos-a-mexico-dijo-trump-a-pena-nieto/) Proyecto Puente that the "bad hombres" Trump was referring to were the narco-traffickers in Mexico, and that Trump "suggested to PeAaAaAe Nieto that if they are incapable of combating narco-trafficking he (Trump) may send troops to assume the task."
Vaya una muestra de la diccion de Hernandez: "A los veinte minutos de hablarme sucio en el oido, con la elocuencia de todos los cueros que en Amsterdam hacen ondear nuestra bandera, la nema me dolia en el pantalon" (294).
Y Olimpia, su madre, al saber esto, con "profundos gemidos y lamentos" se dolia de que su hijo no hubiese hallado sepultura (de nuevo, Claudio Eliano, XIII, 30).
Otro escritor que Garcia Marquez admiraba (y le dolia el negado Nobel) era su admirado Graham Greene.