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  • Finally, I called Pilar and told her the sea had brought me, of all things, hic A foot!


  • Pilar is a Oaxaca-born master of southern Mexico cookery as well as international epicurean trends, and she is capable of sharing the secrets of preparing the most multifarious meal with novice and expert alike - in English and in Spanish.

    Authentic Mexican cuisine at Oaxaca's La Casa de los Sabores cooking school

  • Slovenia became the first team to reach the quarters, wrapping up its victory in Pilar, Argentina, on Saturday. - U.S. advances to Fed Cup quarterfinals

  • “I couldn’t have believed this of her; but — she did tell me the night before Manzanares that at Toledo she heard you calling Pilar

    The Car of Destiny

  • "Pilar," Maria, who had come up, said and kneeled down by her.

    For Whom The Bell Tolls

  • In his dream, he rides on Hemingway's boat named "Pilar" and rescues a family and dog.


  • "Pilar," exclaimed Wilhelm, "if you love me, and if you wish that we should remain what we are to one another, never say such a word again.

    The Malady of the Century

  • "Pilar," he returned miserably, "I wish you would listen to me quietly.

    The Malady of the Century

  • My partner just paid $4500 pesos for new glasses from Dr. Pinto in Riberas del Pilar (Lake Chapala).

    eye glasses

  • The New York Post reported Thursday that Maria Del Pilar Rivera Alomar filed paperwork in Florida alleging Alomar "knew prior to his first sexual contact with (her) that he was HIV-positive."

    Roberto Alomar's Wife Makes Shocking Accusation


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