Sacar


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Sacar

(sā`kər), in the Bible. 1 Father of Ahiam. An alternate form is Sharar. 2 Son of Obed-edom.
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The family has since filed a formal complaint in the CHR, calling for an investigation of Sacar and another doctor, Timothy Jerome Venture, both of whom reportedly operated on Pineda.
Both were successful and, in the latter case, the Crown attorney recommended that dispensations could be purchased for pardoness, setting a precedent for the implementation of the whitening gracias al sacar petitions.
Then, by the 1770s, a small number took the next step and began to petition for total whiteness, which became an official option when the whitening gracias al sacar was added to the price list of purchasable favours in 1795.
Naturalmente, presionados por politicos y famosos, varios gobiernos alrededor del mundo estan ansiosos por recibir sus frecuencias de regreso, debido a que pueden sacar billones vendiendolas al sector inalambrico, como cualquier bien, en vez de ser un recurso publico.
"Al ofrecer soluciones efectivas a retos complejos, EMC le da la oportunidad a sus clientes latinoamericanos de sacar el mayor provecho a sus inversiones en informatica.
This volume uses eighteenth-century petitions for cedulas de gracias al sacar (petitions to legitimize illegitimate children) to more fully understand sexuality, honor, and the dual phenomenan of public and private lives.