nieve


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nieve

Spanish for snow; a regional term for cocaine.
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It was Marion's husband Martin, 40, who noticed little Nieve, who weighed eight pounds, 12 ounces, was born at the special time on November 11.
Nieve was diagnosed with the very rare Rett Syndrome, which affects development of the brain, when she was three and it has led to a range of health complications, including epilepsy, scoliosis and repeated chest infection which often lead to pneumonia.
The third game followed suit when Pearman and Summers joined forces to earn Shepley's third point of the night with a 21-16, 21-13 win over Crowther and Nieve.
Nieve attacked on his own on the lower slopes of the 13.
Es decir, que lo sutil seria decir que la nieve se viste de negro, no que las nubes lo hacen.
Par la suite, d'autres coureurs, Cunego et Nieve notamment, etaient sortis eux aussi du groupe des favoris pour revenir sur le Suisse Oliver Zaugg, rescape d'une echappee matinale.
If it wasn't for them, Nieve could have been born in the police station or even the snow.
There is a dreamlike, disjointed quality to Nieve that demands patient reading--sentences skip about in time, mysteries abound, and explanations are scarce until the final chapters.
STARS Smith, Neil Lennon and Nieve Jennings CHEEKY Hula girl TOUGH ROUTE Runners head over Kingston Bridge RACERS Elite athletes go for glory
The 49-year-old from Stechford sprung into action after her 27-yearold daughter Nicola went into labour and she had to deliver Nieve with the help of phone instructions from an ambulance operator.
Nicole and Nieve would like to thank all their generous sponsors.