Rafa


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Rafa

or

Rafah

(both: rä`fä), town in the present Gaza Strip on the Egyptian border. The ancient name was Raphia. There in 217 B.C., Ptolemy IV defeated Antiochus III.
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If Rafa identifies a way Newcastle can expose Bournemouth's weaknesses this weekend, and it requires different personnel to the XI who defeat Man United, he will have no hesitation in switching things around.
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y a su novia, conocida como Xisca Perello, aunque ahora se ha sabido que Rafa y los suyos la llaman Mary.
Sir Martin said: "The one thing I did not want to do was to sack Rafa.
For Rafa to pull out, especially during the tournament, it has to be really serious.
She laughed and said, Rafa speaks English but maybe for 'tito' Toni, if he needs one.
But there was no shouting, no ranting from Rafa, just a calm assessment of what needed doing.
According to the terms of the distribution contract, RAFA laboratories will submit the drug for approval in Israel, market and distribute it in the territory for a long-term period.