- n. alternative spelling of Blin.
“Casa Aurora de Belen is a very nice place with gorgeous grounds, and I think you'll find the Cortes family, who owns and operates the property, fantastic people.”
“You see, she lives in Belen, NM, and the book I wrote that takes place there also features a famous visual artist.”
“When BELEN came out, I had an interview with a reporter in Belen, NM.”
“Thurs a few of us explored an area of Lisbon called Belen, saw the Belen tower, went to the strangest museum I've ever been to, and also ate these pastries that are famous at this place in town-constant line all day long.”
“The communal bank "Belen" is represented by Jenny and consists of 15 members that live in the same neighborhood.”
“Es un banco comunal "Belen" esta representado por la señora Jenny y conformado por 15 socios”
“According to the article in Caras, "Belen and Mark took in the sun, walked hand-in-hand along the surf and kissed passionately, showing that long-distance love, in the electronic age, is not impossible.”
“In an informative and much-quoted paper this year, economists Carmen Reinhart and Belen Sbrancia show that it was this brand of financial repression that allowed countries to liquidate a substantial part of their sovereign debts after the war.”
“In a much-quoted paper this year, economists Carmen Reinhart and Belen Sbrancia show that this brand of financial repression allowed countries to liquidate a substantial part of their sovereign debts after the war.”
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