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zenaida

(zɛˈnaɪdə)
n
(Animals) a wild dove belonging to either the Zenaida aurita genus of Florida and the Caribbean or the Zenaida asiatica of South America
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Sclater, informs me that this is the case with the Strix punctatissima and Pyrocephalus nanus; and probably with the Otus Galapagoensis and Zenaida Galapagoensis: so that the number of endemic birds is reduced to twenty-three, or probably to twenty-one.
Philippine Opera Company president Karla Gutierrez and mom Zenaida Gutierrez
Despite being assembled at the last minute, hopes are still high on Smart, which will be handled by seasoned tactician Ronald Dulay with legendary spiker Zenaida Chavez serving as his chief deputy.
Shayma Zenaida Hadji Raof Laidan, Chairperson of the World Halal Assembly Philippines and Regional Director of DOST XII, mentioned in her welcoming remarks that more and more people each year are attending the halal forums and are beginning to patronize the halal products.
Keywords: Zenaida macroura, fullness index, food spectrum, index of dietary importance, agricultural impact.
Zenaida Cuizon-Maglaya will be the guest speakers on November 7.
In this week's edition of the Trib+Edu newsletter: A push to update No Child Left Behind stalls, middle school students press Texas lawmakers on dating violence programs and an interview with Zenaida Aguirre-Munoz of Texas Tech University.
of Worcester; her mother, Zenaida Calderon; four brothers, Jesus Sanchez, Jr.
Anthony disclosed that figure because she is being sued by Zenaida Gonzalez, a Kissimmee woman who alleges that Anthony defamed her, because during the nationally-publicized murder case Anthony told friends and relatives that she had left Caylee with a nanny named Zenaida Gonzalez, who investigators quickly discovered didn't exist.
Also in the receiving party was a member of the International Teaching Centre, Zenaida Ramirez.
Carlos Acosta Premieres Plus Birmingham Hippodrome Royal Ballet principal Carlos Acosta is becoming a familiar face in Birmingham and this time he was joined by fellow principal Zenaida Yanowsky in Premieres Plus, a series of short dance pieces.
Four cities, three provinces, and eight towns in four other provinces -- declared under a state of calamity -- saw prices of basic necessities placed under the government's price control, Trade Undersecretary Zenaida Maglaya said.