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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Poaceae — tropical perennial grasses.


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  • The minerals of Santa Eulalia were among the earliest mining discoveries in the region and one mine was already operating as long ago as 1703.

    Chihuahua City, Pancho Villa and Parral de Hidalgo

  • The series became wildly popular among children, and Mr. Jacques wrote 21 books in the Redwall realm, including "Martin the Warrior" (1993), "The Long Patrol" (1997), "Rakkety Tam" (2004) and "Eulalia!"

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  • To join in, head to the Santa Eulalia cathedral or the Plaça de St Jaume and choose a circle at a lower level.

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  • • Santa Eulalia, Capellans 4, +34 93 319 7637,

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  • In Ibiza you could choose a spare room in an apartment in Ibiza Town near Space and Pacha from €65, or a luxurious hillside villa above St Eulalia, which sleeps 10, for €8,000 a week.

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  • He employed the learned Alfonso Ortiz and three Mozarabic priests, Alfonso Martinez, parish priest of St. Eulalia, Antonio Rodrigues of Sts. Justa and Ruffina, and Jeronymo Guttierez of St. Luke, to prepare an edition of the Mozarabic Missal, which appeared in 1500, and of the Breviary, which appeared in 1502.

    The Mozarabic Rite: The Two Missals

  • Shortly after leaving Chihuahua, a side road climbs 7 km up into the hills to Aquiles Serdán, a small, neat mining community with a fine eighteenth century church boasting lovely stonework, and a gilded retablo, dedicated to Santa Eulalia de Mérida.

    Chihuahua City, Pancho Villa and Parral de Hidalgo

  • To live like Sisters Eulalia or Susannah or even worse, Sister Sherrie?

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  • It will be just like it was with Sister Mona and Sister Eulalia.

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  • I looked out at the three run-down trailers where Sisters Eulalia, Susannah, and Mona lived with their children.

    Keep Sweet


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