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Baca

(bā`kə), in the Bible, allegorical name of a valley. The English expression "vale (or valley) of tears" may be a translation of this, through the Vulgate.
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``It is well spoken,'' replied the outlaw in French, finding it difficult probably to sustain, in Saxon, a conversation which Rebecca had opened in that language; ``but know, bright lily of the vale of Baca! that thy father is already in the hands of a powerful alchemist, who knows how to convert into gold and silver even the rusty bars of a dungeon grate.
Although Aderis Dela Cruz, counsel for the Gino family, told the Inquirer over the phone that he had received information that the suspect had a pending warrant of arrest in connection with another murder case, Bacas said the police had no such information.
According to Bacas, the charges of negligence could be filed by Mary Christine or any of Mary Catherine's grieving relatives.
When Veronica Baca turned hers in a doorknob, the lock was opened -- and as fireworks exploded, she was engulfed with well-wishers.
But on the following Wednesday, an hour before Baca was to close on the home, she received a call telling her she'd better call off the movers.
Veronica Baca was one of three finalists in the contest who stood at midfield before a Broncos game on Oct.
Veronica Baca of Lakewood, Colo., originally won the prize at a recent Denver Broncos game, where she and two other finalists were given keys to doors set up on the field prior to the game, according to the Rocky Mountain News today.