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Pote

A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 8.4 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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Arriaga Pote senala que, de concretarse el proyecto, "Marichuy contaria con el apoyo de los cerca de 16 millones de indigenas que estan en la Gubernatura Indigena Nacional, pertenecientes a 68 lenguas maternas y a quienes les vamos a expedir una credencial de identidad".
9, 15, 16 e 24, nota-se que a posicao de abandono sugere um "transito" destes objetos na medida em que um pote foi encontrado ao lado das panelas conicas, outro proximo as panelas piriformes, e dois um pouco mais afastados, na periferia da "cozinha", espaco presumidamente de consumo.
CHARITY CHAMPION Name: Team Helen Group: Triathlon team Home town: Stratford-upon-Avon Brief description: The team has raised over PS9,000 for Birmingham Children's Hospital in memory of teammate Helen Pote who passed away last year.
Esto se hizo con el objeto de evitar la remocion de suelo de los potes sembrados con sorgo y que pudiera alterar el crecimiento de las plantas en cada pote.
POTE OTE OT NTIAL COST: PS15M RODRIGO LIMA PRESENT C NT CLUB: BENFICA Alan Pardew has good contacts over in Portugal and has spoken before of his interest in looking more at the league over there.
Ms Diane Ruppel, current board member and past president, introduced our guest speaker as Diane has been assisting the public with health insurance enrollment at Caritas Village in Memphis and working with Ms Pote.
Benin have never qualified for World Cup finals, but Pote says: "There are some good young players in our team who are part of the next generation.
HEROES: Railwaymen Eric Calverley, Charles Pote, Alfred Philpott and Ernie Irwin
Pote said, " It is too early to say if the letter is genuine.
Dr Nitin Pote, general surgeon from Sahyadri Hospital Bibwewadi, explained the symptoms and causes of Hernia.
Devlat Pote today informed that the veteran social activist was fit to begin his three-day fast from Tuesday in Mumbai.
Lloyd was born July 29, 1915 in Somerville, MA, the son of Professor Frank Walter Pote and Marguerite Hanna Pote.