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pinto

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1. marked with patches of white; piebald
2. a pinto horse
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I know how to prepare buyers for that process, because it is a process that is unlike any market in the entire nation," said Pinto.
Things have been pretty smooth up until this," Pinto said on Tuesday while participating in the march.
Major organization : AYUNTAMIENTO DE PINTO (P2811300I)
In those years I spent my time watching him training and talking to him," Pinto said.
Jim and Joy Pinto are Co-Hosts of Marriage & God's Plan * Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN), At Home with Jim and Joy.
As its first facility, Pinto Energy is developing an approximately 2,800 barrels per day (bpd) plant at an 80 acre industrial site that it owns near the Port of Ashtabula, Ohio, USA.
Pinto shores up his fragments against ruin by relying on the loving sustenance of his husband and helpmate, the film's coauthor, Nuno Leonel, a former heavy-metal singer turned dirt farmer with whom Pinto lived (and made short films) in Brazil and the Azores before returning to Portugal for health care.
Garcia Pinto, who led the rankings early last year before dropping out of the top 15 by the season's end, insists he is just focusing on every round as it comes and not worrying about outside factors.
Pinto says he wants to "exploit" England's patchy record at the World Cup and reckons the Group D is wide open.
I'm glad you asked me that question, I told him he was a crack [a great player]," Pinto said.
Pinto responded; “it is of paramount importance to me to express how much my team and I appreciate the relationships we have developed with our clients, learning professionals, consultants and business partners throughout the company's tenure and during this milestone year.
The funerals of Noah Pozner and Jack Pinto were held on Tuesday, the first of many memorial services the town of Newtown, Connecticut will have to hold after the massacre last week