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tapia

An adobe-like building material consisting mainly of earth or clay in which small pebbles was imbedded; this term is also occasionally applied to puddled adobe.
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Buenos Aires [Argentina], June 11 ( ANI ): Argentine Football Association (AFA) president Claudio Tapia has said that making it to the semi-finals of the upcoming FIFA World Cup remains their primary goal heading into the showpiece event.
Tapia, a retired colonel, is a consultant of Jones Mayor Leticia Sebastian.
Metso Oyj (HEL:METSO) announced on Tuesday that Victor Tapia will assume his new position as president of Metso's Minerals Capital business area and will join Metso's executive team, effective 1 June 2017.
Citing the writings of author and playwright Don Alejandro Tapia y Riveria (1826-1882) as the beginning of Puerto Rican literature, Maddox notes that his English translation is the first of TapiaAEs play La Cuarterona.
In the new role based at McLean, Virginia, Tapia will oversee the business development efforts and client relationship management in the Tysons Corner market.
Tapia, who spoke last week with The Register-Guard after the newspaper requested details of the investigation, said he is not qualified to say whether Corizon's medical personnel made a mistake when they concluded that Ringquist was no longer a threat to harm himself.
TEG owns the Tapia Canyon and Eureka oil fields in California, as further described below.
"Pounce de Leon" is a tender, touching story, beautifully amplified by the expressive paintings of Alfredo Tapia.