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so·ci·a

(sō'shē-ă),
An ectopic, supernumerary, or accessory portion of an organ.

socia

[sō′shē·ə]
an ectopic or displaced part of an organ, such as an accessory parotid gland.
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Algunos personajes que aparecen en sus novelas provienen de este mundo como Melba, la mujer que siempre le ayuda a resolver los crimenes, propietaria de un bar y que esta presente en todas sus novelas, de hecho, esta inspirada en una socia suya que tambien tenia una canana o Rosa Maria Rodriguez, propietaria del mercado Mi rancha, que aparece en la novela El enano, y que le dio una receta de cocina que contiene la novela.
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Socia said the number of Chinese Cadillac dealers will rise to 200 by the end of the year from 69 at the end of 2012.
pon being asked if GM would lose SIAC as an overseas partner, Bob Socia answered, "They are still with us, and they are still working with us to introduce the right products.
Socia also represented Regal Realty in the sale of 105 Chambers Street in Tribea, a commercial condominium also known as The Cary Building, for $22 million.
GM will use great care to ensure enterprise stability and supply continuity under any scenario," Mr Socia said in the letter.
Estoy encantado por esta oportunidad de ofrecer a los consumidores un surtido de alimentos mas sanos sin detrimento de su sabor, y me siento orgulloso de tener como socia a una compania tan prestigiosa como Northern Foods", dijo Foremaa.
In 1966, Bishop Harris was consecrated Bishop of Socia and Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool by Bishop Beck who soon had to rely heavily on the abilities of his young deputy.
A su vez, se proclamo como socia honoraria de la Asociacion de Egresados-Aseibi, a Marisol Floren Romero, hija de Luis Floren, director por muchos anos de la Escuela Interamericana de Bibliotecologia, quien hizo una emotiva semblanza sobre su padre.
Patricia Socia was shackled to a succession of men by a drug that gave her a rush that she mistook for love: methamphetamine.