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Millo

(mĭl`ō), in the Bible, fortification, N Jerusalem, built in the time of David. At Shechem there was a similar fortification called Beth-millo.
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Members of Spain's central government, including health minister Dolors Montserrat and Enric Millo, who is Madrid's representative in Catalonia, also attended the rally.
Interior Ministry delegate in Catalonia, Enric Millo, tempered the comments yesterday by saying the Catalan government was responsible for the situation by encouraging people to vote on October 1 despite a constitutional court order suspending the referendum.
I can do nothing but regret it, apologies on behalf of the officers who intervened," said the government's representative in Catalonia, Enric Millo.
I can do nothing but regret it, apologise on behalf of the officers who intervened, said the governments representative in Catalonia, Enric Millo.
Catalan officers assured Madrid that they'd be able to shut down Sunday's vote without help from the National Police and didn't seek backup until the vote was already under way, the central government's representative in the region, Enric Millo, said at a Tuesday briefing in Barcelona, where access to his offices was blocked by protests.
Enric Millo, the highest-ranking Spanish official in the north-eastern region, said parents and students were found to be occupying 163 schools when police were sealing off facilities yesterday.
All the referendum's logistics have been dismantled," the Spanish government's representative in Catalonia, Enric Millo, told reporters on Tuesday.
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The gold medal went to Italians Federica Molinaro-Beatrice Millo while the silver medal was earned by French pair Diane Delalleau and Nathalie Collet.
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Poetry based on the experiences of Millo Castro Zaldarriaga, a Chinese-African-Cuban girl who was told by her country, her community, and even her father that only boys could play drums, this brightly colored tribute shows that with perseverance, a dream can become reality.