JuGo


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JuGoJugend Gottesdienst (German: Youth Service)
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Though leguminous crops have been associated with sweetpotato in intercropping systems, there are no quantifiable data to show the effects of different jugo bean plant population on a fixed population of sweetpotato when the plants are intercropped.
Volatiles de jugo de uva Concord producido en Mexico fueron identificados, evaluados como atrayentes y conjuntados en una mezcla.
Eleven percent of case-patients but only 5% of controls consumed jugo de carne (liquid squeezed from a tender, usually lightly cooked piece of beef, and spoon-fed); case-patients with this exposure ranged from 7 months to 9 years old.
De hecho, la critica comenta como el escaso exito que tuvo en su dia la novela es evidente ya que su componente feminista fue un elemento que jugo en contra del propio relato (23).
Lidija Jugo, NALP Integrity Property Isle of Palms, Mgmt.
26), for instance, includes a refrain to the Latin words "Pari jugo dulcis tractus," at which point Byrd introduces sesquialtera successively in all five parts.
En resumen: "Como se desarrollo el clero y que papel jugo la Iglesia en la formacion economica, politica y social del Michoacan colonial"
They share space with birria - a goat stew that's a mainstay in Guadalajara cuisine - and on Anna's recommendation, carne en su jugo - tender chunks of beef, bacon, beans and garnishes served in a bowl of rich broth flavored with the meat's own juices.
RAI tambien jugo un papel importante en el Diaspora Italiano, manteniendo un interes cercano en los italianos emigrantes que tambien ven a RAI como a una "madre".
Furyo saiken to defure' jugo nen senso,'' Bungei Shunju, January 2004.