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Solea

 

the raised floor in front of the altar partition or iconostasis in an Orthodox church. The solea serves as a kind of proscenium for the service.

solea

A raised walkway between the ambo and bema in an Early Christian or Byzantine church.
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The only dental laser system able to deliver virtually anesthesia-free and blood-free procedures, Solea cuts significantly quieter, finer and faster than any other laser-based system in dentistry.
BRANDS Other renowned European, American and Middle Eastern brands from the design and architecture industry that visitors will have the chance to see at the show include Legrand, Atelier Alain Ellouz, SOLEA, Gemini Padana, FEDE, Vavex, Edition Bougainville.
Come, come, occhi miei, potete senza stille versar piu cola porre il piede, dove Falta mia donna avea la sede, dov'io goder solea l'alta presenza?
Solea is the newest line of cookware from German company Fissler.
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Hero-Mage of Havnor died and the island Solea sank beneath the sea"
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