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Noun1.ola - leaf or strip from a leaf of the talipot palm used in India for writing paper
Corypha umbraculifera, talipot, talipot palm - tall palm of southern India and Sri Lanka with gigantic leaves used as umbrellas and fans or cut into strips for writing paper
writing paper - paper material made into thin sheets that are sized to take ink; used for writing correspondence and manuscripts
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FORMER Strictly dancer Ola Jordan has blasted the BBC's sending Melvin Odoom home as "completely unfair".
Fausto Ola, the hero's eldest son, and his brother Thomas have been convincing people that their father should be remembered for his bravery and love of country worthy of emulation and for being the last general to surrender, not Malvar.
Simeon Arboleda Ola, son of Vicente Ola and Apolonia Arboleda, was born in Guinobatan town of Albay on September 2, 1865.
The ' Friend List' feature on Ola app allows users to create a custom list by adding friends with their mobile phone numbers, Ola said.
It comes after Ola sensationally blasted Strictly as a "fix" and announced plans to leave at the end of the series - before the BBC vowed never to have her back.
com/indias-ola-cabs-close-raising-more-500-million-fresh-funding-2099266) reported in September that Ola was close to finalizing this round of funding, which could value the ride-hailing network company at about $5 billion.
Tha sinn uile eolach air eachdraidh phoileataigeach na h-ola, agus an SNP ag argamaid bhon toiseach gur e ola Alba a bh' innte.
Ola, 31, had hoped surgeons would fix the bone so she could continue her career following her fall training for Channel 4 show, The Jump.
After the op, Strictly star Ola faces nine months of recovery before she can get back into training again.
Polish Latin champion Ola has already won the contest once in 2009 when she was paired with Chris Hollins.
Ola attended Gray's School of Art and in 1959 left as the first graduate of its jewellery department.
But Mr Lipski said Ola confessed she had a drink problem - and he claimed she once punched him, giving him a black eye, after he swapped her wine for water.