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n.1.A rod or stick used by masons in mixing hair with mortar.
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Ademas de ofrecer una interpretacion falsa sobre la ley del riepto, lo mas notable de la embajada de Perez de Arbe es que sirvio como una demostracion ante los miembros del consejo de Castilla de que el rey de Aragon estaba interesado en ver un resultado favorable a su aliado (y a la sazon su yerno).
Miss Arbe, who aspires to be her patron and promoter, lays on a singing engagement:
Salen a saltear por la mar, en barcas muy ligeras y hacen presas por entre las islas de Veya, Querso, Arbe, Pago, Orsero y la tierra firme de Zara, metiendose por aquellos canales adonde no son de provecho las galeras y despojan los bajeles de los navegantes.
The rest of the conversation proceeds similarly, with Giles Arbe stating his failure to receive payment and Juliet expressing her surprise at this failure.
GyM siempre aposto a los grandes proyectos", dice Cesar Arbe, socio de Forsyth y Arbe Asociados.
According to tradition, San Marino was founded in AD 301 when a Christian stonemason named Marinus the Dalmatian fled to the island of Arbe to escape the anti-Christian Roman Emperor Diocletian.
Ethington, "Ab arbe condita: The Regional Regimes of Los Angeles since 13,000 Before Present," in William Deverell and Greg Hise, eds.
MARK ARBE R'S late penalty saved Dagenham as they drew 2-2 with Macclesfield in a game that saw both sides end with 10 men.
Fernando Alvarez and Arantxa Arbe, Scientific Researchers at the Materials Physics Center (and contributing authors of the published papers), described recent results from simulations on polymer blends carried out on the SGI Altix 4700 system:
Arbe Bareis was recently contacted by the Art in Embassies program of the U.
Villars in Evelina; Giles Arbe, Sir Jaspar, and the Admiral in The Wanderer.
According to tradition, "San Marino" was founded sometime between AD 301 and 350, when a Christian stonemason named Marinus the Dalmatian, later venerated as Saint Marinus, fled from the Dalmatian island of Arbe to escape the persecutions under Diocletian and hid on the peak of Monte Titano, the highest of San Marino's seven hills.