- From Serbo-Croatian vila, Slovene vila. (Wiktionary)
“It's a dangerous trade to be in and Teresa's lover, Güero Dávila, is well aware of the risks, not only from drug enforcement agents but also from rival narcotraficantes.”
“For more information on her paintings please go to her website: www. coralina.net Jesus Macarena-A vila is a curator, freelance writer, and visual artist based in Chicago, Illinois with an upcoming solo exhibition with Gallery 210 at the University of Missouri - St. Louis.”
“Acapulco's acting mayor, Jos é Luis Á vila, says the city tolerated drug capos for too long, welcoming their money.”
“Far too many of our brothers and sisters are getting caught in the cross-fire of gang wars here in California and the cartel wars south of our border," [state LULAC director Argentina Dávila-Luévano] says.”
“Far too many of our brothers and sisters are getting caught in the cross-fire of gang wars here in California and the cartel wars south of our border," [state LULAC director Argentina DÃ¡vila-LuÃ©vano] says.”
“She's Diana Dávila-Boldin, 28, who replaced Frank Morales in the open kitchen in April.”
“The party happened last thursday 23 at a restaurant in vila Isabel, at Rio de Janeiro's North Zone”
“A própria vila tornou-se numa exposição e um monumento às pessoas que lá vivem.”
“Cabides foram colocados num sinal de boas-vindas a uma vila.”
“I talked today with a friend who owns a 200,000 EURO vila and now he builds another one, bigger, better etc.”
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