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Marias

(mərī`əz), river, c.210 mi (340 km) long, rising in several branches in NW Montana near the Continental Divide and flowing SE to the Missouri River near Fort Benton. It receives the Teton River. The Marias is used for irrigation. Tiber Dam (completed 1956), located in the lower course, is part of the Missouri River basin project.
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Es cierto que, cuando llegaron los trasladados de las Islas Marias a Mesillas era un dia de frio.
During a conference in Kaohsiung On Wednesday (March 6), in response to a suggestion to hire English-speaking professionals from the Philippines, Han said, "I believe witnessing 'Marias' become teachers would cause a clash in the hearts of the people of Kaohsiung, and Taiwan's population at large.
" The "Tres Marias" are also in the administration-backed coalition senatorial ticket being supported no less by President Rodrigo Duterte.
A resistencia contra a mulher comica tem sido cada vez mais "infiltrada" por mulheres que se dedicam a palhacaria--"infiltracoes" iniciadas no Brasil com pioneiras como AdelvaneNeia, Ana Luisa Cardoso e 'As Marias da Graca', por exemplo.
As is the case with many of Marias's protagonists, Tomas, or Tom, is an individual of many identities.
Esta vision contrasta con la de Ana Maria Matute: "Yo me he quedado en la infancia.
Geoecology of the Marias River Canyon, Montana, USA: Landscape Influence on Human Use and Preservation of Late Holocene Archaeological and Vertebrate Remains
Blood on the Marias: The Baker Massacre is a somewhat traveled tale of frontier violence targeting Native Americans in what is today Montana.
EN 1995 javier marias declaraba en una entrevista a una revista francesa que Espana era un pais que habia perdido la memoria y que vivia en falsa reconciliacion consigo mismo (cortanze 28).