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soler

Middle English term for solar.
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Soler ended the fifth inning when he was thrown out at second after Lopez's single.
There was nearly a slapstick second for the hosts as a clearance rebounded back and just wide of Romero's goal, with Soler forcing the United goalkeeper into a save from the resulting corner.
Reyes is now 8-3-3 with 5 KO's while Soler's professional ledger stands at 9-1-1 (5 KO's).
Soler's claims, made in a news conference, appeared to suggest that Liverpool WERE willing to do business at a set price - PS183m.
Barcelona abandoned their hopes of signing Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool after the Merseyside club demanded 200 million euros ($237.14 million) for the Brazil attacking midfielder, the Liga side's director Albert Soler said on Saturday.
Pictured above, Helping with the ribbon cutting (from the left to right): Patricia Crowley, President/CEO, Hernando County Chamber; Diane Rowden, Vice Chair Commissioner, Hernando County Government; Torben Toftegaard, President Micro Matic USA, Inc.; Irmelin Toftegaard; John Soler, Senior Director Micro Matic Strategic Partnerships; Soren Vilby, President Micro Matic A/S; Peter Muzzonigro, Chairman of the Micro Matic U.S.
Yet, what Christine Arkinstall shows us here in her study of Amalia Domingo Soler (1835-1909), Angeles Lopez de Ayala (1856-1926), and Belen Sarraga (ca.