COLAR


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COLARColombian Army
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The skin color of each variety studied varied from light green for "Banane," "Cuello Dama Blanco," "Tres Voltas L'Any," and "Blanca Betera" (characterized by showing the highest values of [L.sup.*], [h.sup.*], and [C.sup.*]) to yellow-green for "Brown Turkey," "San Antonio," and "Tiberio" (presenting moderate values of [L.sup.*], [h.sup.*], and [C.sup.*]) to black for "Cuello Dama Negro," "Colar Elche," and "De Rey" (characterized by presenting the lowest values of [L.sup.*], [h.sup.*], and [C.sup.*]).
The court heard Colar was arrested four days later after a police officer recognised him from CCTV footage taken in the restaurant.
Sunday, April 15, at Buell Funeral Chapel in Springfield for Teodora Colar Ganio of Springfield, who died April 11 of age-related causes at age 84.
Atras quedan, espero, la pretension de publicar meros (aunque meritorios) trabajos de curso, los intentos (afortunadamente abortados) de colar algun texto plagiado, y la oferta de escritos de urgencia incompletos en sus referencias y manifiestamente mejorables en su aspecto formal.
* COLAR and CNP Black Hawks - A contract was signed with Sikorsky on December 15th for fourteen Black Hawks for the Colombian Army (COLAR) and two helicopters for the Colombian National Police (CNP).
It was a distressing end to a wonderful Derby for 'little squirt', the smallest of Saturday's finalists and the Gold Colar champion.
To convert to the new system, Efson required only one edge-gate system for each of its molding machines, plus a colar retrofittable to each mold.