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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Canellaceae — the canella.


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  • But the Sporting striker Oscar Trejo headed weakly wide in the 22nd minute and Roberto Canella gave Victor Valdes some exercise with a shot in first-half stoppage time.

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  • I also want to acknowledge Kerry Canella, Jan Potter, Amy Sampson, Tatiana Boncompagni, and Kim Chopoorian, who gave me insight into how to make this book even more helpful to busy mothers.

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  • Speaking of Bellini - any idea of how one could get the Cipriani mix or the Canella bottles in the USA?

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  • "There is Canella, where you object to Klingon interference, but keep a medical mission because the Federation needs their dilithium crystals, and where you yourself saved a life in direct violation of custom-and touched off a civil war -"

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  • A beautiful wooden Canella laundry basket is available at £27.50, a 50per cent reduction.

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  • True or False: Play is not considered to be a cultural artifact by Canella.

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  • Wigan in their bid for Sporting Gijon's Canella, the Spain Under 21 defender.

  • The twenty-year-old Canella is a fast and attacking left back, He is rapidly moving up the international ladder.

  • Canella represented Spain at the Under Twenty FIFA World Cup in the 2007 / 8 season.

  • The burglar had cut a lock with a bolt cutter, then broke into a trailer on the property and stole the copper wire and four sets of Lug All ratchet levers worth several thousand dollars, Canella said.

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