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molera

a term for the frontal fontanelle that persists in some dogs, particularly Chihuahuas.
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Josep Roque', Judit Molera, Gemma Cepria,Marius Vendrell-Saz and Josefina Perez-Arantegui.
Andrew Molera State Park: This ocean-rich park offers a network of trails that sport massive views of land meeting sea.
Molera and Albaladejo (2007) also share the notion of rural tourists being a heterogeneous segment with diverse motivations.
ALL HAVE a molera, an opening in the top of the skull.
Known as a whole-language state whose districts protected their independence, Arizona began to change rapidly when Jaime Molera was appointed state superintendent of instruction in May 2001 and Reading First was signed into law as part of No Child Left Behind eight months later.
We ate lunch at a superb overlook of the coastline at Andrew Molera State Park, where far below we could see an otter swimming on its back while wrestling with a morsel of some kind as sea gulls massed above, bent on thievery.
The changes were necessary, in part, because the state would likely face lawsuits without them," according to the state superintendent of schools Jaime Molera.
Access to the Internet has added more opportunities for students to plagiarize," said Marie Mancuso, the state's new reading czar and lieutenant to Arizona schools chief Jaime Molera.
If and when she doeS, says Jaime Molera, the 29-year-old top assistant on education to Gov.
Molera Horseback Tours, based in Andrew Molera State Park, will resume business when the park opens.
The Molera Alvarez Group, a Phoenix-based business development and consulting firm specializing in government affairs, public relations and community outreach;
To the south, the 8,814-acre Rancho El Sur grant passed through several owners, including Governor Juan Bautista Alvarado, finally coming into the hands of Captain John Rogers Cooper, whose family legacy is preserved today through the Andrew Molera State Park (named for Cooper's grandson).