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aula

In ancient architecture, a court or hall, esp. an open court attached to a house.
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Displays drive sales and that's why we provide bags, bins and boxes that work to complement each other and feature the product with bright and colorful imagery to draw consumers' eyes and attention," Avola says.
His death would have sent a strong signal to New York," Avola told the Guardian.
They talk to Ricardo Encarnacion, Environmental Health Specialist at the County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health, to learn what it takes to open your own food truck, and Untappd co-founder Greg Avola talks to Food and Drink Digital about bringing craft breweries and their fans together through social media.
The 75 or so Americans in their hastily assembled command, armed with nothing more than their small arms, eight machine guns, and two light anti-tank guns, attempted to capture Avola, a city of 22,000 people.
Strathewen resident Mary Avola escaped the flames but her husband of 43 years, Peter, died after they fled their home in separate cars trying to reach a nearby sporting oval.
Scott Gray of Franklinville, New York, Avola Shelton of Jackson and the late Thomas Shelton.
Michele Falco, [1] Corrado Romano, [2] Antonino Alberti, [2] Donatella Greco, [2] Carmela Scuderi, [3] Emanuela Avola, [2] Pinella Failla, [2] Serena Belli, [4] John L.
Most families of the victims added bitterness to their grief, but not 34-year-old Margherita Coletta from Avola in Sicily, who has lived out her Christian faith in a remarkable way.
In these same works, Consolo also recovers from oblivion the ravages of the post World War II modernization on Catania, Avola, Palermo, Caltagirone, Trapani, Gibellina, Noto, Messina, Siracusa, Milazzo, Melilli, Priolo, Augusta, Licata, and especially Gela:
The allegations were separate to a police inquiry involving ex-matron Avola Humphreys on claims of manslaughter and abusing residents.
This grape, which comes from the town of Avola near Siracusa, is the most widely planted red grape on the island; it is also the best quality.