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YULAYeshiva University High School of Los Angeles (California)
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Francesca Caloni (1), Yula Sambuy (2), Micaela Antonini (3), Maria Luisa Guidali (4), Michela Bistoletti (5), Marisa Meloni (6), Alessia Bertero (1), Ester Papa (7) and Cristina Giaroni (5)
Yula), family conflicts ("Only the Dead One" (1990) by N.
As part of its mandate, the centre will bring together Sheikh Hamdan's heritage activities including Fazza championships for falconry, shooting, diving and traditional dance (Yula).
Y: A Novel tells of Shannon and her mother Yula, and weaves a gentle story of family interactions and a girl's search for identity as she researches the days leading up to her abandonment, witnessed by a YMCA regular who changes the story when reporting it to authorities.
Turkish playwright Ozen Yula is also concerned with the short-sightedness of the international theatre and press community.
"Many of us will be cheering on England now Ukraine are out," 20-year-old waitress Yula Boroda, said.
(8) Yula Petrovskaya, "Russia Is a Collateral Victim of Terror in the Middle East," Nezavisimava Gazeta, Oct.
Once home, Juba is given the day- or nick-name Yula. As she grows and manifestations of ancestors are evident in her character, Donnie, the name of a grandmother, is considered to be a more suitable name than Juba.