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Laine

(leɪn)
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(Biography) Dame Cleo (ˈkliːəʊ), full name Clementina Dinah Laine. born 1927, British jazz singer, noted esp for her recordings with her husband John Dankworth
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For Marco Antonio Lainez, a market flower seller, "the country is better than it was four years ago.
The only chink in the Europeans' armour has been their defence with the backline of Timothy Eyoma, Joel Latibeaudiere, Marc Guehi and Jonathan Panzo unlocked in the space of few minutes by Mexico's Diego Lainez.
A spirited Mexico side hit back though, with a deflected effort from Diego Lainez bringing them back into the match after 64 minutes and the same player adding a second eight minutes later.
The story of Diego Lainez, one of the first seven Jesuits, is an early expression of this love-driven spirit.
In the book Rene Has Two Last Names by Rene Colato Lainez, a Salvadoran boy plays an active role in talking about his identity.
Our preparatory work begins after the Easter break,' says Carmen Lainez, director of the waste management department at the Mancomunidad, the umbrella body of the association of town councils.
Al respecto, Leopoldo Brizuela, al estudiar el cuento "La larga cabellera negra" de Manuel Mujica Lainez, dice:
Titulo: El proceso inquisitorial de Alonso Lainez, judeoconverso de Almazan
A traves de la narracion en primera persona del hada Melusina--figura clave del imaginario medieval--en su novela El unicornio (1965) Mujica Lainez subvierte patrones sexo-genericos dominantes e incorpora formas de deseo que, de haber sido localizadas en un contexto argentino y contemporaneo al momento de la escritura, hubieran resultado particularmente problematicas.
En 1539, ya ordenados como sacerdotes, Ignacio y sus actuales companeros, Francisco Javier, Pedro Fabro, Pascasio Broet, Simon Rodriguez, Claude Jay, Jean Codure, Diego Lainez, Alfonso Salmeron y Nicolas de Bobadilla, toman la determinacion de convertirse en orden, prescindiendo de toda la precedente tradicion monastica--habito, coro, convento, penitencias, la regla de no llamarse entre si ni padres ni hermanos, elementos estos que concuerdan con las criticas de Erasmo al monaquismo y sus practicas--con el objetivo de mantener su vocacion apostolica original.
VIRTUALITY AND CONSTRUCTIVE HYPERTEXT IN TWO LITERARY APPROACHES TO THE PRADO MUSEUM: MANUEL MUJICA LAINEZ AND JAVIER SIERRA.
Jose Miguel Lainez reported at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology.