AULLA


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AULLAAustralasian Universities Language and Literature Association (Australia)
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AULLA, Italy, Dhu-AlQa'dah 29, 1432, Oct 27, 2011, SPA -- Soldiers and civilian rescue workers are searching for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around the coastal region of Liguria and Tuscany, killing at least nine people and leaving six others missing, according to AP.
DEVASTATION J A mother walks on river of mud in Monterosso WASHED nUP Cars in a pile after flooding in Aulla, Italy
Es este un <<hombre agonico con su alma desplazada>>, que ha sido encontrado en el desierto de Sonora y que aulla de dolor, debido a que sufre <<una malformacion dificil de explicar [.
Abandona de pronto su papel de replicante para convertirse en un animal sediento que aulla en la ruinosa soledad del edificio.
1) Afuera el viento aulla sin tregua, /La noche desciende insidiosa .
If they don't find a solution, there will be ethnic conflict," said Khader Aulla, 66.
If they don t find a solution, there will be ethnic conflict," said Khader Aulla, 66, wearing traditional Kurdish baggy pants and sitting in the shade of his ramshackle shop selling rice, unrefrigerated drinks and plastic goods.
El paciente asocia la similitud entre el perro sonado y el perro del vecino que al quedarse solo aulla .
Poeta colosal, elevo, como senala Ramiro Fonte, la escritura gallega hasta sus ultimas fronteras, donde aulla el puma en la madrugada.
Ya que ese proposito era de gran importancia para el, debido a que la perseguia a nombre de su raza, en uno de los pasajes de sus manuscritos dice: "En mi aulla el deseo de toda una raza; pero he aqui que no es un deseo de placer, sino de humillacion" (55).
This is fitting considering that the Inca Empire was divided into four regions or provinces: Chinchay Suyu in the northwest, Anti Suyu in the northeast, Kunti Suyu in the southwest, and Aulla Suyu in the southeast.
The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992), 119, and literature cited there, as well as her earlier work published as "Roman Nurses and Foster-Mothers: Some Problems of Terminology," AULLA, Papers and Synopses from the 22nd Congress of the Australian Universities Language and Literature Association 22 (Canberra: Australian National University, 1983), 9-24.