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Oliver

1. one of Charlemagne's 12 paladins
2. Isaac. ?1556--1617, English portrait miniaturist, born in France: he studied under Hilliard and worked at James I's court
3. Jamie (Trevor). born 1975, British chef and presenter of television cookery programmes
4. Joseph, known as King Oliver. 1885--1938, US pioneer jazz cornetist
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Oliva says that in time, health system coders likely will reveal to physicians the codes they must know for the documentation they are doing most often.
The summer of 2013 in particular saw Oliva, inset, play over 70 gigs in the space of three months, including his ANTS residency, which began and finished the Ibiza season as one of the most successful parties on the island.
asked Oliva "Some police are being separated but actually not to purge the police but because of internal problems between the police bodies themselves.
Oliva, who has denied the charges, told the court on Thursday tha she never stole anything, her lawyer Jose Vera said.
The Evening Standard reported that Maradona accused Oliva of flirting with De Gea after dropping in on Manchester United while they were doing winter training in Dubai in February.
Maradona, 53, a global ambassador for Dubai Sports Council, launched legal proceedings against Oliva on March 10, claiming watches and pieces of jewellery with a combined value of Dhs1.
People are being killed in Venezuela, and authorities try to present this problem as confrontation between the opposition and the government in the eyes of the peoples of Latin America and the world, said Oliva.
FUERTEVENTURA FANCY seven nights all-inclusive at the four-star Riu Oliva Beach in Corralejo?
22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The international law firm Chadbourne & Parke LLP today announced that Margarita Oliva Sainz de Aja, a leading banking and finance lawyer, has joined the firm as an international partner in Chadbourne's Latin America group.
The EBRD loan will enable Oliva to expand its production capacity and efficiency in order to meet increasing sunflower oil demand in the European Union.
However, come the final and Oliva was determined to rewrite the script, winning the first final heat and sending shockwaves through the velodrome.
Notes Oliva, "Our design team worked with our customers to produce many high quality/low cost products, several in critical military applications.