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Plata

Río de la . an estuary on the SE coast of South America, between Argentina and Uruguay, formed by the Uruguay and Paraná Rivers. Length: 275 km (171 miles). Width: (at its mouth) 225 km (140 miles)
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In this designation, Plata will be accountable for broadening lease and loan institutes in Nations Midwest sales province.
It is the indiscriminant use of poorly understood chemicals that causes environmental and public health costs to outweigh societal benefits," Plata said.
Dubai: Godolphin are hopeful that Rio De La Plata can turn the form around and end their long wait for a second English Derby at Epsom today.
GODOLPHIN are hopeful Rio De La Plata can give them a fourth victory in the Group 1 Poule d'Essai des Poulains at Longchamp in France, today.
The Rio de la Plata and its maritime front legal regime.
On 10 January, JetBlue Airways Corporation (NasdaqGS: JBLU) said it has become the first low-fare airline of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.
Plata, a postdoctoral student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole (Mass.
ABSTRACT Recent range extensions of the invasive rapa whelk Rapana venosa, biological data of the population and possible ecological impacts on the food webs of the Rio de la Plata estuary are presented.
But as the match wore on, Plata was slowed by cramps in both legs, which were too much to overcome, especially in the final set.
The warlike state of the [people of the] La Plata River provinces has purged that territory [of Spanish forces] and led their victorious armies to Upper Peru.
The Guarani under Spanish Rule in the Rio de la Plata.
Once-pristine lagoons are littered with trash; migratory bird habitat is under siege by the rapid pace of land development; improper disposal of human waste poses public health risks; poorly done construction is leading to increased erosion; and heavy siltation in the Rio de la Plata threatens the country's once-robust fishery and the livelihood of its commercial seafood industry.