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En consecuencia, entre 1911 y 1922 esta poblacion se vio obligada a huir de Tarapaca y a volver al Peru en barcos como el Chancay, Mapocho, Arcona, Vikinga, Tata y Oropesa (18).
The majority of the residential building activity also was concentrated in five townships Lower Allen, Upper Allen, Silver Spring, South Middleton and Hampden with construction on large mixed-use projects like Oakwood Hills in Upper Allen and Arcona in Lower Allen picking up steam.
When I wake up, all I do is spray some Lavender Hydrasol by Arcona and go with my own natural facial oils that I generate through the night.
Daniil Girdea, entrepreneur, virtual reality expert and the founder of the Arcona Digital Land, will join the discussion as well.
* The last known Dutch survivor of the Nazi concentration camp Neuengamme and the Cap Arcona maritime disaster, Wim Alosery, has died at age 94.
Arcona, "Effect of wear of diamond wire on surface morphology, roughness and subsurface damage of silicon wafers," Wear, vol.
Arcona, "Identifying barriers to hypertension care: implications for quality improvement initiatives," Population Health Management, vol.
(4.) Baldessarini RJ, Leahy L, Arcona S, Gause D, Zhang W, Hennen J.
In May 1945, just days before the German surrender, the prison ship Cap Arcona with 5,000 people on board was sunk by British bombers.
Watson presents an account of the German ocean liner the SS Cap Arcona. The ship was, at one time, one of the most celebrated luxury liners in the world before it was stripped of its finery and used as a floating barracks and troop transport by the Nazis during World War II.
Synopsis: Built in 1927, the German ocean liner SS Cap Arcona was the greatest ship since the RMS Titanic and one of the most celebrated luxury liners in the world.
Wicks, R; Lowe, M.; Gabriel, S.; Sikirica, S.; Sasane, R.; and Arcona, S.