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orlo

1. A plinth which supports the base of a column.
2. The smooth surface between parallel flutes or grooves.
3. An orle.
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Maybe when Orlo is old enough to start school we'll move to Australia.
Orlo di legno chiaro scannellato sotto il sedile e intorno allo schienale, come di materia elastica torta e stirata per seguire le curve.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, John and Orlo "Babe" Reed and by two sisters, Pearl Downer and Ellen Allen.
Orlo and Donna Dahl of Redmond will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a family gathering later this year.
1985: Lyle Burgett and Orlo Dietrich start Burgett & Dietrich Inc.
But in Orlo James Goodson's unique new science fiction thriller, "The Scorpion" (published by AuthorHouse - http://www.
Orlando Pita, hairdresser to the stars, is opening salon Orlo at 34 Gansevoort Street.
Orlo Clark is professor of surgery at the University of California, San Francisco.
Il luogo ideale della scrittura coincide con il nulla, e questo nulla svolge una precisa funzione come orlo della pagina scritta, ad un tempo come condizione della sua esistenza e condizione della sua finitezza (51).
Orlo "Spike" Dietrich, 61, was with Baxter for eleven years, where he developed and implemented a workers' compensation management program, developed and taught labor relations training programs, and developed and implemented a community-based managed care program for Baxter's domestic manufacturing facilities.
I've used nearly every product out there - it's been really exciting to start using T3 360 in my every day work, especially at my salon, Orlo, where I've seen the benefits come to life with my clients.