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  • Despite the prices, Peñoles is continuing with its plans to invest 250 million dollars between now and the end of next year in developing new sources of gold, silver and zinc.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - September 1999

  • Peñoles is Latin America's largest mining group, but formed a joint venture called Texa in 1995 with Suez, a French firm of potable water specialists.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report March 2004

  • Lives out 'ere with' is little friendses, "he added after a violent effort of imagination –" in 'oles in the ground.

    Harding's Luck

  • You also hear no chants, no "oles", no drummers, no lone trumpeters - nothing, just a drone.

    The Guardian World News

  • Everton might have claimed more goals with Fellaini's header forcing Given into a superb tip on to the bar and Tim Cahill heading against the upright, but the sight of Fellaini pirouetting away from Craig Bellamy to the "oles" of the home fans was one of the abiding memories of an enjoyable afternoon for Moyes and his club.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • My mother walked me down the "isle" to Israel Kamakawiwo'oles 'version of "Wonderful World."

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • Anyone lucky to enough to watch the player cajoling the crowd into a chorus of 'oles' yesterday will have seen further evidence that Neymar is definitely one to keep an eye on.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • The most ignorant person would still go on putting it in each other ear 'oles.

    From the archive, 27 January 1976: Writer defends Linda Lovelace book

  • However, given her choice fo oles, she might decline.

    'Charlie's Angels' TV reboot: Cast it! | EW.com

  • Much as I wanted to show those “oles” pepper, in the end I didn't.

    Archive 2008-11-01

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