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burro

the Spanish word for donkey; commonly used in North and South America.
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Burra explained that her great-grandfather's leanings did not come without costs.
A senior social development adviser at United Nations Development Programmne India Office, Dr Burra, who edited the book, said Prof Sahni had not only spent money on scientific experiments, but also on the street corners in Lahore and its surrounding areas.
50 it is not on offer - unlike the IWC bronze winning Burra Brook Chardonnay 2013 that I was unable to acquire.
And she recently received a thank you note sent on behalf of William and Kate fora Burra Bear gifted to their baby son Prince George.
Para el ensayo de actividad de lisozima en lactosuero de yegua y burra, las muestras fueron obtenidas a partir de la precipitacion acida de caseinas mediante agregado de buffer acetato de sodio (pH 4,3).
Burra added that this could be a second chance for patients with advanced hepatitis C liver disease, liver transplants and for those who continue to suffer post-surgery, it's important for us to keep following up all avenues possible to improve their quality of life.
Mimic is a conceptual target but has compelling vectors - structurally identical to the nearby historic Monster Mine at Burra (86,000t recovered Cu) - anti-form with oblique faulting; NMS9 marker bed in Kooringa Member and the presence of prominent iron blows.
The author of the prize-winning Anxious Nation: Australia and the Rise of Asia is delighted to find that he has a Chinese ancestor, Luke Day, in Burra.
La burra que era la lideresa del sindicato de burros y el borrego que era el jefe de su rebano hicieron un pacto de proteccion mutua.
Another favorite was a nightmarish painting by Edward Burra, Soldiers at Rye, 1941, of uniformed men in grotesque carnival masks.
Haleem's recipe is deceptively simple: boneless meat, usually of burra (buffalo), is cooked with oil and spices; soaked wheat grains (or broken wheat used for breakfast porridge) are boiled in water; channa lentils are boiled and mashed, or pulverized in the food processor.
Part royal court, part chorus, they switch between lively activity and freezing in a series of tableaux reminiscent of Edward Burra paintings - their faces transfixed in gargoyle grimaces of relief or horror.