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niebla

Spanish for fog or mist; a regional term for PCP.
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A few days afterwards I crossed the bay with a party of officers, and landed near the fort called Niebla.
extrana dudad, Dias en daro, Cancones, La niebla, Haikusyotras
Two lichens--Niebla ceruchoides and Niebla homalea --could be the key.
891-99bn 8: "Mas tardo en desplegar sus plumas graves / el deforme fiscal de Proserpina, / que en desatarse, al polo ya vecina, / la disonante niebla de las aves; / diez a diez se calaron, ciento a ciento, / al oro intuitivo, invidiado / deste genero alado".
Humberto Niebla and Rafael Vasquez of Paradise Valley, Ariz.
We want to make it clear that we are in a unique situation," said CCE Tijuana president Juan Manuel Hernandez Niebla.
SWANSEA: Taliesin Arts Centre (01792 602060), The Eduardo Niebla Experience.
Clockwise from left, Cate Le Bon, Michael McGoldrick, Eduardo Niebla and Broom Bezzums and Katie Doherty
Since he was Ibn Barrajan's student and transmitted his works, it is likely that this is the Ibn Khalil from Niebla whom Ibn al-Arabi refers to as one of the greatest masters in the Maghrib and the master of Ibn Qasi, under whose guidance Ibn Qasi obtained his unveilings (kashf).
As Roque retreats, "ella ve esa espalda que se aleja y es como si por dentro se le disipara un poco la niebla.
This study examines how key stories from Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio, first published in 1919, and Bombal's novels La altima niebla (1934) and La amortajada (1938) interrogate the cultural forces--social mores, family relations, and religion--that impede women's self-realization and alienate them from their constricting environments, sometimes leading them to emotional disturbance.
No obstante, al final de esta rima, senala que es un sueno, un imposible, vano fantasma de niebla y luz, es incorporea, es intangible.