ponga


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ponga

a tall tree fern, Cyathea dealbata, of New Zealand, with large feathery leaves
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Fitz Macariola, San Jose del Monte City police chief, said Sorema, alias 'Ponga,' was one of the seven individuals who the police invited for questioning regarding the massacre of five family members of Dexter Carlos, including his wife Estrella, her mother Aurora, and their three children.
We are just waiting for the arrest warrant that will be issued against Lester, Ponga and Fernando," Chief Inspector Roque Merdegia, head of the Legal and Investigation Division of the Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force (AIDSOTF), told the Manila Bulletin.
The metaphor of the ponga tree But first, let me begin my path of symbolism by using a further metaphor, that of the hardy ponga.
Ademas, el gobierno de Bush ha sido sencillamente terrible: exige a Argentina que ponga la casa en orden antes de concederle ayuda financiera; no condeno inmediatamente el intento de golpe en Venezuela; libra una infructuosa guerra contra las drogas en Colombia; no mantiene un alivio arancelario a los paises andinos e impone cuotas a los principales productores de acero de la region.