CAMIL


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CAMILComputer Assisted/Managed Instructional Language
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Before he was cast as Rogelio, Camil was well-known in Latin America as a singer and telenovela actor (he starred in Mexico's version of "Ugly Betty").
- Camil Ramic, by the acts described in Counts 1 and 2, committed the criminal offense of War Crimes against Prisoners of War under Article 175(1)(a) as read with Article 180(2) of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CC BiH),
Camil's observations about consumerism and its consequences may not be seen by the majority of Savannah's tourists, many of whom will purchase similar souvenirs in shops down by the docks.
But this time, Camil helped select a guest star to film a pretty special scene with Alba (Ivonne Coll).
Fellow Mexican artist, Pia Camil, will present her famous hand-dyed curtains from the Espectacular series where she makes reproductions of abandoned advertisements or billboards in Mexico City, giving a new meaning to these derelict signs.
I devoured the script in like 20, 25 minutes,'' recalled Camil, in a recent interview.
Azerbaijan, with his key rival Camil Hasanli having received just 5.54%.
At one of the PostalAnnex+ locations in La Jolla, Calif., a loyal customer named Camil Saab decided to join the brand when the store became available for resale.
Camil Fuchs from the Tel Aviv University, also shows dismal support for Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz, with 67 percent expressing dissatisfaction with his policies.