carcer


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carcer

1. A prison.
2. A starting stall in a Roman circus for horse or chariot races.
3. The dens for beasts in an amphitheater.
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Officials said Ramil de la Cruz, 51, complained of chest pains and stomach ache after jostling through the crowd and reaching for the rope of the carriage bearing the Black Nazarene image as it approached the corner of Hidalgo and Carcer Streets in Manila around 11 p.
Aguirre de Carcer, Miguel, Los nuevos compromisos de desarme y no proliferacion nuclear, Real Instituto Elcano, Madrid, 30 de septiembre de 2010, disponible en http://www.
The scenes featuring the genuinely scary Carcer and Sam together were a particular highlight, including their very well choreographed final fight.
Giadha Aguirre De Carcer, Founder & CEO of New Frontier Financials; Randy Shipley, Founder & CEO of CannaFundr.
15) "Vanne, ucellino, a quella mia nimica / Un fidel servo ch'in voi sola crede / Se 'l carcer ruppi, e fuor del mio costume / O mal guidato ocel disceso in terra / Io cerco solo amar la mia fenice" (Rossi 38).
Tltese valuable tools play an important role in preparing students for college and carcer readiness.
El Sistema Penal como Pedagogia de la Irresponsabilidad y el Proyecto Habla Preso: el derecho humano a la palabra en la carcer.
Carcer City, a band who describe themselves as playing Scouse-metal, were playing a series of shows across Europe when the accident happened.
La Verdad Ano de fundacion y 1903, Alberto Aguirre de Carcer director actual Ubicacion Camino Viejo de Monteagudo, S/N.
Ed ancora 'Tvo pensando, et nel penser m'assale/una pieta si forte di me stesso,/che mi conduce spesso/ad altro lagrimar ch'i' non soleva;/che', vedendo ogni giorno il fin piu presso,/millefiate o'chieste a Dio quell'ale/co le quai del mortal carcer nostro intelletto al ciel si leva;/ma infin a qui niente mi releva/ prego o sospiro o lagrimar ch' io faccia'(CCLXIV).
von Schauenberg (1937), muy buena; su coterraneo, Carlos Obligado (1942), muy valiosa; Amable O'Connor d'Arlach, casi una copia espejo de la de von Schauenberg y la de Fernando Aguirre de Carcer, que es pobrisima.