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Our Lady of Cisne is the patroness of Loja, Ecuador.
LONDON (Alliance News) - SolGold PLC on Thursday reported strong gold, copper and silver results from its wholly-owned Cisne Loja project in Ecuador, particularly from the Celen prospect.
O objetivo do presente estudo foi analisar as fontes de indicacao e o perfil socioeconomico de usuarios de suplementos em uma loja especializada em produtos nutricionais na Serra Gaucha.
Portanto, o local geografico otimo para a instalacao de uma nova loja (varejo) deve considerar o conjunto das distancias das demais lojas e clientes, reduzindo o grau de interferencia no potencial de atracao das lojas e seus clientes.
Abducted five Nepali citizens include Ranjit K.C, Omraj Gurung and Suresh K.C of Parbat district and Dirash Thapa and Aman Loja of Myagdi district.
Mario Loja sued Main Street Acquisition Corporation and law firm Shindler & Joyce (collectively, "Main Street") for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA"), 15 U.S.C.
The bird lives at an altitude of 3,000 to 3,700 meters (10,000 to 12,000 feet) in an area near the Pacific coast that straddles the provinces of Loja and El Oro.
The bus was traveling toward Loja, in southern Ecuador, when it crashed 21 kilometers (13 miles) south of the city of Cuenca.