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campana

The body of a Corinthian capital.
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Meritage Active Adult Communities has three exciting neighborhoods in Green Valley-Canoa Ranch, Las Campanas and The Legends-all geared to making life easier, more comfortable and more rewarding than ever.
Por lo tanto, el proximo presidente de Brasil tendra que aumentar los impuestos o endeudarse (el propio Cardoso duplico la deuda externa y cuadruplico la interna en menos de ocho anos o lanzar una radical campana de privatizacion.
Crotts, observing at the Carnegie Institution's Las Campanas Observatory in Chile, used a coronagraph mask to block out the supernova's bright central image and to obtain a photograph of the light echo's faint arcs.
La Campana del 2000 ahonda aun mas en los elementos que fueron exitosos para nosotros en 1999," comento Carl Kravetz, presidente y CEO de cruz/kravetz:IDEAS, agencia que creo ambas campanas.
Jerome Kristian of the Mount Wilson and Las Campanas Observatories in Pasadena, Calif.
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Wilson Observatory, had decided to concentrate its resources on its observatory at Las Campanas, Chile.
com se convertira en vendedor oficial del Canal Shopping de StarMedia y sus productos se promocionaran en todo el sitio de StarMedia y a traves de distintas campanas de marketing.
Schechter of the Mount Wilson and Las Campanas Observatories in Pasadena, Calif.
Garrison, director of the University of Toronto Southern Observatory at Las Campanas, Chile, where the supernova was discovered, reported at the meeting that it had peaked at magnitude 2.
Early in 1986 the 100-inch telescope at the Carnegie Southern Observatory at Las Campanas, Chile, found that it has a bright nucleus and a spiral structure.
24 by Ian Shelton of the University of Toronto, who was working at the Carnegie Institution of Washington's Las Campanas observatory in Chile, confirmed by nearby Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory and seen the same day by an amateur astronomer, Albert Jones of Nelson, New Zealand.