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Moya

(John) Hidalgo. 1920--94, British architect: in partnership with Philip Powell, his designs include Skylon, Festival of Britain (1950), Wolfson College, Oxford (1974), and the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, Westminster (1986)
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Each Moya sheet comprises of thousands of free standing filaments.
Moya added that Nadal will undoubtedly be on top of the world rankings when he comes back.
That campaign was called Tara's Wish To Walk so last week Moya set up the Tadhg's Wish To Walk website and Facebook page.
It turned out he was sending kisses to Moya after they got together after a split.
Dieter Moya to the "Registry of Business Excellence (TM)".
Moya was also a keen golfer and was ladies' captain of the West Derby Golf Club before being made captain of The Liverpool Society of Lady Golf Captains in 2005.
People who were paid pounds 5,000 a week would have pounds 3,000-plus in expenses, according to Moya records, so Moya was paying the minimum amount to the taxman.
We anticipate that this project will contribute a substantial, stable revenue stream for Moya and its other shareholders in years to come, said Simon A.
Moya is appearing in his 28th clay-court final and has won at least one ATP title in each of the past eight seasons but is yet to bag one this year.
Moya, who took the title in Ohio six years ago, served for the set in the eighth game and held to clinch it 6-2.
In a match between the oldest and youngest men left in the singles draw 31-year-old Spaniard Moya needed four sets to oust the 19-year-old Latvian and deny the youngster his bid to reach last eight on his championship debut.