porteria

porteria

1. A porter’s lodge.
2. The entrance to a monastery; often an arcaded porch or a narthex at one side of the church façade.
3. An arcaded porch that serves as an entrance to a convento.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Thailand-based Mark Hartmann, Marco Casambre and Angel Guirado were also recalled, along with Ceres players Sean Kane and OJ Porteria.
Ceres is coming off a 1-0 win over Kaya last weekend courtesy of a first-half goal from OJ Porteria.
The Spanish gunner iced it four minutes later with a strike from the center off an OJ Porteria assist.
In Albay, they will pray at Saint Gregory the Great Cathedral in Legazpi City, Saint Lawrence the Martyr Parish in Tiwi, Saints Joachim and Anne Parish in Malinao, Saint Joseph the Baptist in Tabaco City, Saint Dominic in Santo Domingo, Saint Padre Pio Shrine, Our Lady of Guadalupe, and Nuestra Senora De La Porteria after a visit to the Cagsawa Ruins.
En concreto, su punto xix hace referencia a los libros que se vendian directamente en el colegio, aunque solo menciona los libros de que se vendian en la Porteria:
Players: Eduard Sacapauo, Jose Paolo Pascual, Anton Edward Del Rosario, Alexander Borromeo, Roel Gener, Jason Sabio, Emelio Caligdong, Misagh Bahadoran, James Younghusband, Phil Younghusband, Manuel Ott, Angel Aldeguer, Ian Araneta, Nathaniel George Burkey, Jason De Jong, Yannick Tuason, Simon Greatwich, John Patrick Hinrichsen, Nestorio Margarse Jr, O J Porteria, Neil Etheridge, Robert Gier, Paul Mulders, Ray Jonsson, Jerry Lucena, Dennis Cagara, James Hall.