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COMALCommon Algorithmic Language
COMALChallenge of Missouri Annual List (birds)
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Two weeks after the El Comal tragedy, Centro Humboldt, an outspoken environmental group, presented the Nicaraguan legislature with a proposal for just such a law.
In central Texas, Comal River harbors the largest numbers of G.
Data were collected during three separate trips to the spring run of Comal Springs 3 (Figure 1 a) 2-5 September 2005 (Fall), 6-9 January 2006 (Winter), and 17-20 April 2006 (Spring).
Fountain darters live only in the Comal and San Marcos rivers.
They are calling out the names of objects in the photographs, objects that fewer and fewer people know how to make, let alone properly use: tenevoim (cocoon rattles), koyolim (waist bells on leather belt worn by pahko'olam, deer dancers), sena'asom (disk rattles made of metal disks inside a wooden frame) or shawikud (gourd rattle), comal (tortilla-making surface), petate (woven sleeping mat), panga (skiff), and sarta (chile string).
Whipping a big clay comal (griddle) onto the morning blaze, she slaps out the tortillas (uchuskatas in Purepecha) for the first meal of the day.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Fitch Ratings has published a report on Comal Independent School District, TX.
Comal County Purchasing, 1297 Church Hill Drive, New Braunfels, TexasJuly 24, 2015 12.
Lloyd Potter, the state demographer, said the Hays and Comal County rankings speak "to the development that's occurring in the merging of the two urban cores along the I-35 corridor.
com)-- Hope Hospice, a non-profit, community-owned hospice serving Bexar, Blanco, Caldwell, Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Kendall, Travis and Wilson counties, joins hospices across the nation in recognizing National Hospice Month.
Carter, who has been at the Comal County Jail near San Antonio since February, has been charged with making a "terroristic threat.
The fountain darter Etheostoma fonticola is restricted to two spring-fed rivers in central Texas, the San Marcos and Comal rivers.