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sala

In Spanish architecture and its derivatives, a reception room, main hall, or living room in a house; usually has windows facing the street that are protected by grilles or wood gratings (rejas), and also by heavy interior shutters.
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His other son, Jack, who plays for the Bluebirds, exchanged a series of text messages with Sala, suggesting a private flight from Cardiff to Nantes, and then back to south Wales two days later.
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Rasco also said Sala was involved in the August 2008 terrorist attack in Barangay Poblacion, Maasim in Sarangani, and April 2010 bombing in Malapatan, also in Sarangani.
Baba Sala was a movie writer, actor, musician and producer.
In preparing this edition, van Tour consulted no fewer than twelve manuscript sources (including three of Sala's own autographs) and three printed ones.
Existem, ainda, diferencas estatisticamente significativas, de magnitude moderada, nas praticas de socializacao em funcao da categoria profissional do adulto responsavel pela sala. No que diz respeito a categoria do profissional que passa mais tempo com os bebes nao foram encontradas diferencas estatisticamente significativas, embora se tenha encontrado um efeito de magnitude moderada.
O'Donnell looked a sure thing to beat Sala as well, but Sala was up to the task.
Carr, who represented the Republic of Ireland internationally, who is currently out of action due to injury, invested an undisclosed sum to become a major shareholder in Sala Group in 2010.
A longtime Herrin resident, Sala became involved in the Miss Illinois pageant system in 1964 when she was crowned Miss Southern Illinois as a college sophomore.