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  • Like the boys playing a board game they had made - they call it nido - but they complain about how the police always come by and kick it out from under them.

    News

  • Another one from oaxaca ... have you ever had a 'nido'?

    Pasta pastry

  • In the Oratorian tradition, the room of each of the Fathers is called a nido – ‘nest’ in Italian – emphasizing that it’s home to the member in a particular way, leaving his own mark upon it, and finding God not in the asceticism of a monastery but in the peculiar ascesis of stability, regularity, private prayer and domesticity that characterizes the Congregation of St Philip Neri.

    Cardinal Newman at Birmingham: His Study (Part 1 of 3)

  • However, if the day's events and those in the wider Arab world become a spark for the development of a political consciousness within the "nido" circles, Cupid's arrow might just have a bit more sting in the Gulf Arab states.

    The Guardian World News

  • Omar Al-Shehabi: Protests are planned for Valentine's Day in Bahrain – and the 'nido generation' of wealthy, westernised youth are ones to watch

    Worries about Sandhurst links after Bahrain protest crackdown

  • Albertus, treat: a swallow's heart, dust of a dove's heart, multum valent linguae viperarum, cerebella asinorum, tela equina, palliola quibus infantes obvoluti nascuntur, funis strangulati hominis, lapis de nido Aquilae,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • In sintesi: per inserire i propri figli all'asilo nido viene solitamente richiesto un esaustivo riepilogo del proprio stato patrimoniale per privilegiare le persone meno abbienti e fin qui, tutto regolare.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Bene: il mio amico Stefano ha avuto le graduatorie di ammissione agli asili nido non senza difficoltà, nonostante fosse suo diritto e ha segnalato la cosa alla guardia di finanza, conscio che difficilmente la cosa avrà un seguito.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • But I would prefer something like, El nido vacia, because my friends recognize nido and not jerarquia.

    Naming Our House

  • If you want to attach to the formal translation for "The Empty Nest", then you should use "El Nido Vacío" since vacía is an adjective for a femenine noun, and nido is "masculine".

    Naming Our House

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