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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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You're a very heartless person, and you have no compassion," Avila said, addressing whoever was behind the message.
Avila said the city's residents were adversely affected, since classes were ordered suspended on Tuesday and Wednesday following the massive trsffic gridlock on Monday last week.
Born in Avila in 1515 and placed in a convent at a time when convents were virtual finishing schools-the nuns even held dinner parties
The Ewin is a European Commission initiative created with the aim of sharing good practices in the design and management of workspaces and Avila Spaces is honored with this invitation at the highest level," says Carlos Goncalves.
Avila also said that the commission should be diverse and consist of "highly credible actors that the society believes are capable of reaching a consensus.
We went in when they had already left for the day, and I must tell you, it was such a sad feeling to see the instruments there and to know what had gone on for so long in this building," Avila said.
Las autoridades federales no se explican como se enriquecio ni por que su esposa ocupo un cargo importante en una empresa favorecida en el periodo de la gestion de Avila.
Finality and certainty is important, but we have to also have a criminal justice system that is flexible enough to take into account when we have scientific advancements and to allow people like Avila to have their day in court," said Cathryn Crawford, one of Avila's lawyers at the Texas Defender Service, which represents death row inmates.
MEXICO CITY -- Purported drug cartel operator Sandra Avila Beltran, known as the ''Queen of the Pacific,'' was returned to Mexico from the U.
Avila, Spain, Sha'ban 29, 1434, Jul 8, 2013, SPA - Nine people were killed Monday when a bus veered off a road and overturned near Avila in central Spain, police said.
The province of Ciego de Avila was born in 1976, when the government replaced Cuba's original six provinces with 14 new administrative divisions.