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caño

A water conduit, pipe, or clay-tile spout on a Hispanic building.
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Defence lawyer Matt Lynch said Cano bitterly regretted becoming involved in the venture.
"It was a surprising finding because the animals' brains appeared neither truly awake nor truly asleep," says Cano.
Cano says his interest in film production was sparked when he was about 11 years old and was asked to act in another film student's production.
"The truth is that I did not seek or want an abortion," recalled Cano. "I was young, uninformed, and in a difficult situation.
Key Words: Caiman crocodilus fuscus, population density, abundance, Cano Negro National Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica
Cano said they tapped at least eight employers in the city to provide for the training and internship of the beneficiaries.
Y no cabe duda de que esta distincion Honoris Causa que la Universidad de Antioquia le otorga a Ricardo Cano Gaviria a traves de su Doctorado en Literatura reside en parte a que su obra es justamente rara, marginal, distinta en el panorama de nuestras letras.
Cano and her group were in Calbayog City to witness the oath-taking ceremony of Samar Rep.
Due to recent legislative changes in enrollment, CANO will accept children who turn 2.9 years old by December 1, 2019.
It won't be long before Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz are headed to the Big Apple.