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encina

(ɛnˈsiːnə)
n
(Plants) a type of oak, Quercus ilex
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The beauty of this is that any pet has a chance to be famous, and social media allows us to venture into pet democracy for pet parents who don't have time to celebrify their pets," Encina says, referring to pet celebrities such as Grumpy Cat and Boo.
Although Encina has traditionally been labeled as the "patriarch of the Spanish drama," his dramatic works have been largely overlooked in favor of Spain's early-modern comedias (Crawford 18).
The unique taste is due to pigs being fed acorns from encina oak trees, which find their way into the fat of the animal.
7, 2010, the primary influent line leading into the Encina Wastewater Treatment Plant collapsed, creating a sinkhole and discharging raw sewage.
Roswell Encina, director of communications for the 22-branch Enoch Pratt Free Library system, said the library is glad to be partnering with the health department.
Author Gregorio Billikopf Encina describes empathy as the process of attending to another so the individual feels heard in a nonjudgmental way and says that, "Empathetic listening requires that we accompany a person in her moment of sadness, anguish, self-discovery, challenge (or even great joy
Chilean Guillermo Encina grabbed pole position in the Ryder Cup Wales Seniors Open, with Italy's Costantino Rocca in the group one shot back, but the fairytale was Welsh club professional Terry Hanson.
She was a graduate of Encina High School in Sacremento, CA, Class of 1977 and attended the American River College in Carmicheal, CA.
SCOTLAND'S Sam Torrance completed a unique Irish double when he closed with a two under par 69 and then defeated America's Jerry Bruner, Chile's Guillermo Encina and Australia's Stewart Ginn on the second hole of a four-man play-off for the AIB Irish Seniors Open in Cork.
Earlier, Chile's Guillermo Encina and Australia's Stewart Ginn dropped out on the first extra hole when they failed to match the birdies made by the other two.
Stanford's Encina Hall, with 6,212 square feet of window film, has saved about $5,000 annually.
The most recent window film installation at Stanford University took place at Encina Hall in 1998.