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nieve

Spanish for snow; a regional term for cocaine.
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Nieve was one of only 10 skaters who won a highly prized place at the Disney On IceWorkshop held at the Metro Arena, Newcastle.
Bola De Nieve: it's a pleasure to share the confides of these
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.
Part of Nieve's brain and skull cap did not form properly, and her heartbroken parents were told there was no chance she would survive.
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.
Dans le decor enneige du Stelvio, au bout de pres de sept heures d'effort, De Gendt a devance de 56 secondes l'Italien Damiano Cunego et de 2 min 50 sec l'Espagnol Mikel Nieve, les derniers a avoir garde le contact avec lui jusqu'a une douzaine de kilometres du sommet du col.