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ramada

1. In Spanish architecture and derivatives, a rustic arbor or similar structure.
2. An open porch.
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If, as Kuefler claims, Adamar reworked Odo's original vita sometime in the 1020s, then the majority of Gerald s biography reflects the viewpoints of a man writing a century later than previously assumed.
Adamar Revista de Creacion, III 8 (2002), <http://www.
Pequena maquina de imprimir, del que surgio precisamente Adamar, su mas reciente trabajo, y en que la teoria de las dos Minervas, la que aulla por la partida y la traicion, y la que se tiende y se despoja de todo para amar, es evidente.
Consequently, the capital stock of Adamar is controlled by the ICA Trust and the Tropicana Atlantic City is managed by Justice Stein.
with Adamar Fine Arts in Miami, the Side Roads Publications'
Stein, formally asked the Commission to take steps to re-convey the title to Tropicana's Adamar subsidiary, a move which would effectively cure the technical default under the indenture and, at the same time, enhance his ability to sell the Tropicana Atlantic City.
It was a well-attended fine art exhibition," said Tamar Erdberg of Adamar Fine Arts of Miami.