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Sabinas

[sə′bēn·əs]
(geology)
A North American (Gulf Coast) provincial series in Upper Jurassic geologic time, below the Coahuilan.

Sabinas

 

a city in northern Mexico, in the state of Coahuila. Population, 30,700 (1970). Sabinas is the center of a coal basin.

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In mitigation, Damian Sabino, said Ali was a "young lady with a number of health problems".
Padilla, son of former Supreme Court Justice Sabino Padilla and nephew of former Senator Ambrosio Padilla, topped the Foreign Service Officers examinations in 1956 and joined the DFA a year later.
Byline: Christopher Bucktin US EDITOR in Sabino Canyon, Arizona DITOR
Green, 66, braved the 260C heat yesterday to hike in Arizona's Sabino Canyon a few miles from his US bolthole.
Amelita Sabino was nabbed by operatives of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in a sting along Palawan street in Sampaloc.
Police said Sabino sold seven packs of suspected shabu to a poseur buyer which led to her arrest.
Drawing on usage-based theory, neurocognition, and complex systems, Sabino elaborates a model accommodating accumulated insights into human language even as it frees linguistics from its 2000-year-old ideological attachment to reified grammatical systems.
"With our new shelter, we will be able to help more women and children, providing the things that most people take for granted such as having enough food to eat and enjoying a safe and secure space to sleep and keep one's things," Executive Director Laura Sabino said.
(NYSE: CLR), a top 10 independent oil producer in the United States, has named Rory R Sabino as its new vice president of Investor Relations, effective March 12, 2018.
Danian Sabino, defending, said that Mayor had got over his addictions and remained clean, but had then relapsed.
Bien al contrario, en los momentos fundacionales, la distancia entre el ruralismo tradicionalista de Sabino Arana y los valores representados por la civilizacion inglesa fue superada por maniobras discursivas que pusieron de manifiesto la versatilidad de los conceptos y su capacidad para adaptarse a visiones del mundo y proyectos politicos dispares.