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avila (ä·vē·l),

adj in Ayurveda, “cloudy” as a guna, one of the qualities characterizing all substances. Its complement is vishada. See also gunas and vishada.
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Avila dragged De Vera to a winner-take-all finale after winning their first match by 2 pins when De Vera, needing a mark on the 10th frame to claim the title, got a split of 4-8 pins instead.
Avila's 2001 conviction hinged on El Paso County prosecutors' theory that while baby-sitting his girlfriend's two children, Avila became jealous of the baby Nicholas and stomped on him.
Avila, 52, has been in custody since 2007 when she was charged with conspiracy to traffic drugs and organized crime.
Avila, 52, admitted in Miami federal court to providing money to her then-boyfriend, Juan Diego Espinosa Ramirez, for travel and lodging to help him elude authorities from 2002 to 2004, according the (http://www.
Avila said he is looking forward to spending more time with his family.
Ciego de Avila covers 6,783 square kilometers (2,620 sq miles), including 589 sq km (204.
Meanwhile, the orchards of See Canyon - which winds between Avila Beach and San Luis Obispo - serve up a stunning variety of apples in the fall.
As we continue to drive drug development programs arising from the Avilomics[TM] platform into the clinic, Andrew's nearly twenty years in corporate finance and strategic management will be a tremendous asset to Avila.
Avila also returned a second quarter interception 56 yards to break a scoreless tie.
Vincent Godinez, 20, originally told police he witnessed the stabbing death of Luis Avila, 33, late Saturday at the beauty parlor in the 13200 block of Maclay Avenue.
Avila is eligible to receive development, regulatory and sales-based milestone payments, with a total potential value of $209 million, as well as tiered royalties on potential future product sales.