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Oriana

faithful and fair beloved for Amadis. [Span. Lit.: Amadis de Gaul]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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We were able to successfully transition 22 of our legacy Orianna facilities to current operators with good rent coverage.
Also, the company said that on 1 July it transitioned the legacy Orianna portfolio in Mississippi, USA, to an existing Omega operator with a contractual annual rent of USD12m.
Court approval came on May 11, 2018, from the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas, which is presiding over Orianna's reorganization under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
<br />The automatic stay has halted all pending litigation against Orianna Health, owners of nursing home facilities in Anderson, Pickens, Aiken and Greenville counties.<br />"We've retained bankruptcy counsel in Texas to help navigate the bankruptcy system and the bankruptcy proceedings," Lee Cope, a Hampton attorney representing clients with malpractice cases against the company, said.
Caption: Jeff Pikus, Blue Star Properties; Keven Monaghan, Donovan, LLP; Orianna Orsi, Prestige Title; Joshua Kaufman, Blue Star Properties
So far, the post has correctly predicted Dark Star Kha'Zix, Orianna and Cosmic Reaver Master Yi, along with the two newest champions Rakan and Xayah 6 though they were labeled as "The Harpy and The Phoenix."
However, her only friend Orianna, a gifted ballerina, has been sent to Aurora Hills Detention Center for double murder.
Receiving $2,000 scholarships are Hali Asher, Lowell High; Justin Bennett, Cottage Grove High; Elsy Ceja-Ruiz, Willamette High; Trey Cornish, Siuslaw High; Jessica Downing, North Eugene High; Lilith Grable, Springfield High; Orianna Heindel, Churchill High; Samantha Jackson, Junction City High; Isabelle Simpson, Pleasant Hill High; Reagan Weiland, Oakridge High; and Yian Wu, South Eugene High.
Reviewed by Orianna Carter, Ohio University, cartero@ohio.edu