MAELAMovimiento Agroecológico de América Latina y el Caribe (Spanish: Agroecological Movement of Latin America and the Caribbean)
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Artist Maela Jose's 'Christmas art tree' on Session Road.
The genomic islands identified from Maela were more distantly related to those in the outbreak strains.
When I was at the Maela refugee camp in Thailand recently, I met dedicated people who were striving daily to make the lives of the inmates as free from hardship as possible.
En la provincia de Salamanca solo se tiene testimoniado un ejemplar en Hinojosa del Duero con la variante femenina Maela (Hernandez Guerra y Jimenez de Furundarena, 2004: no.
(Beaudet) Leroux, with whom he would have celebrated 62 years of marriage on November 16th; his two children, Linda Leroux-Griffin of Charlton and Marty Leroux and his wife Sandi Trippi-Leroux of Shrewsbury; his five grandchildren, Jaimee Leroux and her fiance Asa Martin, Janelle Leroux, Michelle Leroux, Mathieu Griffin and Michan Griffin and his wife Heidi; and his great granddaughter Maela Eve Griffin; as well as several nieces and nephews.
The paper benefited from comments and suggestions from Elsa Fornero, Alessandro Sembenelli, Maela Giofre and Margherita Borella.
Mona moved out of the couple's small house in the Fairview area of Anchorage, and moved in with a friend, Maela Crabtree.
Hrutr then spends three years pursuing the case, and 'kolludu pat flestir, at Hrutr hefdi rett at maela' [most people said that Hrutr had the right in the case] (p.
"Gemunap nu pa maela pe we oft aet medu spraecon, / ponne we on bence beot ahofon / haelep on healle, ymbe heard gewinn" (212-14), he begins.
Burns, Pat McNeely, Edwin Craig, Christian Stokes, Trevor Torseth, Dan Woods, Maela Richardson.
Maela Castel, La traite des enfants a des fins sexuelles : la protection juridique internationale et europeenne, Universite Laval.