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colla

[′kōl·yə]
(meteorology)
In the Philippines, a fresh or strong (less than 39-46 miles per hour, or 63-74 kilometers per hour) south to southwest wind, accompanied by heavy rain and severe squall. Also known as colla tempestade.
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I look forward to continuing its first-class ratings, but as well pushing the boundaries of high-end dining experiences to another level," said Colla.
Colla, Ph.D., is with The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Lebanon, NH.
El segundo capitan, Tupac Amaru Inka, mientras castiga a un senor colla, quien porta gorro troncoconico con diadema de medialuna y adorno de barbilla.
Sobre la base de este contexto de antecedentes muy curiosos para el analisis de este caso de Producto fallido o mal concebido, que es precisamente lo que evaluaremos a continuacion, procederemos a ver uno a uno los aspectos tecnicos en los cuales Coca Colla incurrio en fallas basicas y elementales para poder tener no solo exito en el mercado, sino la posibilidad de sobre vivir en el tiempo.
Colla paints a nuanced landscape of a country at war, where each character is not simply a "good guy" or a "bad guy," but is driven by a complex tangle of personal and nationalistic aims.
O personagem colla (pacenho) e outro camba (crucenho), por algum motivo se encontram vivendo num alojamento de Cochabamba, e acabam roubando o personagem chapaco.
The Celticist fostering of a racial Highland Line in Scotland between Celt and Teuton is apparent in the dual identities of some of the main protagonists of the Scottish Renaissance of the early twentieth century, particularly Christopher Murray Grieve/'Hugh MacDiarmid' and Thomas Macdonald/'Fionn Mac Colla'.
In this article, I consider contact features from a variety of levels of linguistic structure because they all participate in the construction and interpretation of the semiotic field around social categories such as valluno 'local Spanish-dominant speaker' and colla 'Quechua-dominant speaker from the Western highlands'.
The herbal paste was composed of: Yinyanghuo (Herba Epimedii Brevicornus), Bajitian (Radix Morindae Officinalis), Huangqi (Radix Astragali Mongolici), Dangshen (Radix Codonopsis), Heshouwu (Radix Polygoni Multiflori), Huangjing (Rhizoma Polygonati Sibirici), Shudihuang (Radix Rehmanniae Preparata), Shanzhuyu (Fructus Corni), Maidong (Radix Ophiopogonis Japonici), Yeqiaomaigen (Fagopyrum Dibotrys Hara), Hutuiye (Lithocarpus Elaeagnifolia), Huangjingzi (Fructus Viticis Negundo), Fabanxia (prepared Pinellia Tuber), Pugongying (Herba Taraxaci Mongolici), Ejiao (Colla Corii Asi-ni), Guijiaiiao (Colla Carapacis Et Plastri Testudinis), Gejie (Gecko), Ziheche (Placenta Hominis), Baishen (White Ginseng), crystal sugar, and maltose.
By treating debt from third parties as a uniform source of funds, these differentiating features are ignored, although in reality they are potentially relevant to understanding the way in which companies structure their debt (Denis & Mihov, 2002; Johnson, 1997; Rauh & Sufi, 2010; Colla, Ippolito, & Li, 2012).
NewYork : The 100 wealthiest people on the planet dropped $15.2 billion from their collective net worth this week as Cyprus struggled to ward off a financial colla. The biggest loser was Larry Ellison.
18335), co-authors Tobias Adrian, Paolo Colla, and Hyun Song Shin revisit a long standing debate about whether financial frictions manifest themselves through shocks to the demand for credit--deterioration of creditworthiness of borrowers--or shocks to the supply of credit--tighter lending criteria applied by the lender.