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Lori Campbell and Maja Roble of Los Angeles got engaged to be married last year.
Roble & Co. follows chef Roblé Ali as he launches his new catering business with his bossy big sister.
Lights had begun to appear in the corridors of the quadrangle, and here and there in a professor's office, while Roble and Encina looked like lit-up ferries.
Many sophisticated foreign investors like Citibank, GE, Grupo Roble, Cemex, America Movil, Telefonica, Pricesmart, Wal-Mart, Cargill and many others have invested large sums of money in Nicaragua, obtaining very attractive returns.
The dean of the African diplomatic corps in Washington, Roble
Diplomatic representation in US: chief of mission: Ambassador Roble OLHAYE chancery: Suite 515, 1156 15th Street NW, Washington, DC 20005 telephone:  (202) 331-0270
I will see whether I can send him Roble before I set out -- for I wish to send him.
Lucretia Borgia According to Original Documents and Correspondence of Her Day
It might not have made much difference just then, even if the lover could have known that over in darkened Roble, Katharine Graham, who did not approve of love affairs, lay crying herself to sleep.
When the approach of the Sophomore cotillion set Roble agog with a pleasant but hardly strong-minded excitement, he "asked her."
Wednesday evening the anecdote reached Roble; a girl who had a brother heard it spreading at dinner, and by noon next day half the girls in
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