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cedro

In Spanish Colonial architecture, one of many unsplit peeled, relatively straight, red cedar saplings supported by vigas; used in ceiling construction.
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The PCSO supported the Malasakit Centers because the agency and these centers had the same objective of facilitating and expediting the public's access to state health assistance, Cedro said.
Now, through the CEDRO project, a framework for municipal energy committees to hook into the Electricite du Liban grid, with savings to be distributed among the subscribers, has been developed but not yet put into practice.
Their children and their spouses are Kerry and Christy Poggemeyer of Lowell, Kip and Tracy Poggemeyer of Selah, Wash., Trent and Kami Flack of Palo Cedro, Calif., and Kristi Livingston of Eugene.
"Seafood is becoming synonymous with luxury, and is pushing the restaurant business into offering better quality," says Melia Doha executive assistant manager in charge of food and beverage Nicolas Cedro.
Finalmente en San Blas, las muestras se tomaron del huerto 'El Cedro' Ejido Mecatan (21[grados]32 x 47.4"N, 105[grados]08 x 23.1"W, 384 msnm), con los cultivares 'Choquette' y 'Hall'.