MALO


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MALOMilitary Academy Liaison Officer
MALOMainland Affairs Liaison Office (Hong Kong)
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Malo was involved in couriering drugs and cash from the Midlands to the North East.
We will be downwind all the way across the North Atlantic to the Fastnet Rock and then over to St Malo for the finish.
Christiane Barker, Brittany Ferries' General Manager Holidays, said, 'The St Malo aquarium has a well-deserved reputation as a great day out for families and the hotel is ideally located, just a short stroll from the beautiful walled city of St Malo where there are many reasonably-priced places to eat.
Baldoz ordered Cabe to regularly submit updates on the development of the cases filed by Malo.
On her part, Vice President Malo thanked Ambassador Al-Shabo and asked him to convey her best wishes to His Highness the Amir, His Highness the Crown Prince and His Highness the Prime Minister.
En ese sentido, a lo malo se le dice bueno y se cree como bueno, pero a lo bueno se le tilda de malo.
The old centre of St Malo was wrecked in 1944 by fire as Allied Forces dropped bombs, but the town has been impressively rebuilt over the years.
Malo field, which is being jointly developed with the Jack field.
Laiterie Saint Malo has been using Linx printers and products for about 10 years.
Malo rose to prominence in the 1990s as the vocalist and leader of the Mavericks, a band that added pop and Latin influences to its Grammy-winning take on country.
Pero lo razonable es el buen juicio: evaluar los costos y las consecuencias, optar por lo mejor y aceptar que lo bueno de cambiar tiene su lado malo y lo bueno de no cambiar tambien.