DiDACDigital Data Acquisition and Control
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Maria Vittoria Arcidiacono, (1,2,3) Montserrat Martinez-Alonso, (4) Montserrat Belart, (5) Ana Vilar, (6) Marisa Martin, (6) Lourdes Craver, (6) Angels Betriu, (2,3) Didac Mauricio, (7) Jose Manuel Valdivielso, (2,3) Elvira Fernandez, (2,3,6) and Merce Borras (2,3,6)
Garcia then slammed home Didac Vil's pinpoint pass to seal Espanyol's first away win in four games.
MARTINEZ, Didac. El Centro de Recursos para el Aprendizaje CRAI: El nuevo modelo de biblioteca universitaria.
* SHINING LIGHT: England''s Kyle Walker (left) battles with Spain''s Didac Vila Rolsello during their Under 21 Euro 2011 Group B soccer match at the Herning Stadium
Spain U21: De Gea 7, Montoya 7, Botia 7, Dominguez 7, Didac 7, Thiago Javi Martinez 7, ander 8, Mata 7, adrian 7, Jeffren 7.
FIGHT FOR POSSESSION: England''s Kyle Walker battles with Spain''s Didac Vila Rolsello
The Catalans have been on the drift for the clash, probably because they lost defenders Didac Vila and Victor Ruiz during the January transfer window.
In Pedrolo's text, all but a few humans have been killed; mirabile dictu, the two who survive in Catalonia are girl and boy: "L'Alba, una noia de catorze anys, verge i bruna" (13) and Didac, the nine-year-old illegitimate son of a Catalan woman and a black father.