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Her brother Nilo responded but he was unarmed, so Cardo chased him out of the house and also left the premises.
En este sentido, resulta interesante lo que Cardo afirma del acto de fe como <<racional y metarracional>> al mismo tiempo: la fe lleva a la razon hasta mas alla de si misma.
People here have lots of money and they don't think like you or I do," said Cardo.
AT&T said that under the three-year contract it will provide a Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)-based wide area network (WAN) for Cardo Group, across 188 sites in 29 countries around the world.
Cardo, who was arrested on April 10 and charged with a felony, entered a no-contest plea to the second-degree felony more than a year after the Florida Department of Law began investigating LifeQuest, the Shands Healthcare-based organ procurement organization, for organ distribution irregularities.
We have been asked to point out by parent company Cardo Door AB that the new firm Crawford Amber will be created by the merger of the three companies, not through acquisition.
Little wonder members of the College of Cardinals are known as "princes of the church," even though the etymology of the word cardinal, from the Latin cardo, denotes a beam used to fortify a structure.
Martone, as well as CDC staff Machel Forney, J Shaw, and Denise Cardo, for their work in assembling the conference proceedings.
Cardo even went to the second floor of the house upon being informed by a niece of Lisa that Lisa was upstairs.
These thoughts come to mind because, just last month, Cardo again 'perished' during a big, all-out battle with a rebel force involved in dastardly terroristic acts that claimed many victims, including Cardo's own child.
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