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fa·ri·na

(fă-rē'nă),
Flour or meal, as prepared from cereal grains such as Avena sativa (oats) or Triticum sativum (wheat); used as a starchy food.
[L.]

farina

(fă-rē′nă) [L.]
Finely ground meal commonly made from wheat or other grain, used as cereal and flour.
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The Commission on Appointments on March 6 confirmed the appointment of Alvarez and Farinas to the rank of colonel in the Armed Forces of the Philippines reserve force.
Elmhurst is an historic and beautiful city with a thriving culinary scene," said Farina.
Dorothy Bradbury (above) and the family in 1914 (left to right) Albert Farina, Annie Farina, Ada Farina, Angelina Farina, Luigi Farina and Farina.
The research allows us to understand better how stem cells get lost in our brains as we age, and opens the possibility to try to alleviate this deterioration," Farinas Gomez said.
Elizardo Sanchez, head of the Cuban Committee for Human Rights and National Reconciliation, said Farinas, who had gone to visit dissident Alcides Rivera, was still being detained at 0001 GMT Wednesday.
Although it was originally reported that Farinas had hired Cabral to perform in Guatemala, it later emerged that it was the EC Music Corporation owned by Enrique Castaneda who had organized the tour.
Ahi se produjo el encuentro con Farinas, dueno de la cadena de clubes nocturnos Elite y quien tambien iba al aeropuerto para abordar el mismo vuelo a Nicaragua.
Even though activists like Guillermo Farinas are persecuted and are imprisoned, their voice cannot be silenced.
Jacomino told Al Jazeera the report is meant to bring to the public's attention that Farinas is taking his life in his own hands.
Since its founding in 1995, the company, led by principals Kristen Evans, Thomas Wright, and Alex Farinas has flourished tripling revenues and generating a lot of new interest and excitement in the Atlanta region.
Our session officially ends on Friday, December 15; hence, we may have a joint session on Thursday or Friday as part of the Second Regular Session, without need of a special session,' Farinas said in a text message to reporters.
Speaking on behalf of the EP sub-committee on Human Rights, Ms Valenciano said: We are extremely concerned about the health of Mr Farinas.