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“At the Silla, which is five hundred and fifty toises lower than the peak of Teneriffe, the horizon, though nearer, continued invisible towards the north and north-north-east.”
“Drusilla Maizey, 52, known as Silla, is the acting customer director who has been negotiating alongside Mr McCarthy.”
“The highest aristocrats controlled politics, often in collegial bodies such as Silla's Council of Nobles.”
“Is the island of Oruba (in which nuggets of native gold of considerable size have been found) primitive?] [* The Silla is a mountain of gneiss like Adams Peak in the island of Ceylon, and of nearly the same height.]”
“It was among a trove of 50 exoplanets they detected around nearby stars using a spectrograph called the High Accuracy Radial-velocity Planet Searcher HARPS, which is based at the La Silla Observatory in Chile.”
“This article was adapted from a lengthy analysis of the Iceland crisis by Robert Wade and Silla Sigurgeirsdottir, appearing in the September/October issue of the New Left Review.”
“Robert Wade of the London School of Economics and Silla Sigurgeirsdottir of the University of Iceland show how the trend played out disastrously in Iceland.”
“On the outskirts of the capital of the ancient Silla kingdom is Yangdong Village.”
“In the blog Hernando y la Silla [es], Ricardo Martínez replies to an editorial by Javier Corral published in newspaper El Universal in defense of the blank ballot:”
“As the event progressed, La Silla Vacía [es] asked other Colombian twitterers about their thoughts about Pardo and his use of his own Twitter account @rafaelpardo [es].”
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