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  • MMGC84 of the GNU/Linux community of Nicaragua thanks the organizers for this opportunity and posts the image of the receipt for the registration payment saying, “I'm almost in Estelímar!”

    Global Voices in English » Americas: Looking Forward to Central America Free Software Festival

  • But he was called Estel, that is “Hope”, and his true name and lineage were kept secret at the bidding of Elrond; for the Wise then knew that the Enemy was seeking to discover the Heir of Isildur, if any remained upon earth.

    The Lord of the Rings

  • Elrond receives him as foster-son and gives him the name Estel (Hope); his ancestry is concealed.

    The Lord of the Rings

  • As for the older woman (We'll call her Estel), I think she's one of those used to be progressive types who is now an old bitter racist.

    Katie Halper: P.U.M.A. Hunting

  • The first floor offices are in pale grey and feature executive desks in black leather and aluminium by Estel, together with white leather chairs by Tacchini and aluminium silver chairs from Interstuhl.

    Manchester Square Interior by SHH

  • Estel literally blows my mind open into a million pieces with her democrat versus democratic distinction.

    Katie Halper: P.U.M.A. Hunting

  • Twitter photos love-notes e-mail design hosted my poor Estel part II

    natinski Diary Entry

  • Today, my car, my poor Estel got hit-and-run while I was in class.

    natinski Diary Entry

  • Estel is a total wreck from the front and a minor dent at the back.

    natinski Diary Entry

  • Twitter photos love-notes e-mail design hosted my poor Estel

    natinski Diary Entry

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