Blanca


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Regional drug slang for cocaine
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Turning to face the flashing cameras, Blanca raised her hand in the hope of stopping the snaps being taken but it was too late and her night could only get better from there on in.
The Quebrada Blanca Phase two project (QB2) is located in the northern Chilean Andes, 4,300 meters above sea level and around 145 kilometres from the Pacific Ocean.
COSTA BLANCA, February 27 seven nights all-inclusive at the three-star Sandos Benidrom Suites, Benidorm, from PS539pps TENERIFE March 2 four nights all-inclusive at the three-star El Duque Aparthotel, Costa Adeje, from PS569pps.
Agua Blanca will initially consist of 75 miles of 36-inch pipe with a capacity of 1.25 Bcf/d, expandable to 1.75 Bcf/d.
The first five chapters of the novel reflect Blanca's paralysis.
El venado cola blanca es sin lugar a dudas la especie de cervido de mas amplia distribucion en el pais, con excepcion de la Peninsula de Baja California, y es apreciado por su valor cultural desde tiempos prehispanicos, por su valor cinegetico en la caceria deportiva, economico y alimentario (caceria de subsistencia), ademas del valor que tiene en los ecosistemas por su papel como ramoneador y facilitador en la dispersion y germinacion de semillas.
Netflix audiences were first introduced to Laura GAaAaAeA mez's charact Blanca Flores in Season 1 of "Orange Is the New Black." However, little was divulged about Litchfield Penitentiary's most erratic inmate during the freshman installment of the prison dramedy - you know, other than that Blanca had a disheveled-style and was secretly sexting a mysterious man named Diablo.