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(ˌbɑ rɑˈkɑl dɔ)

a city in N Spain. 112,854.
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These two traits are important in order to define the plasticity and adaptability of feijoa trees to distinct environments, such as agroforestry systems (Donazzolo et al., 2014) and under the effects of water stress (Baracaldo & Gutierrez, 2014).
Un ultimo grupo--que reune el texto de Hernandez y Baracaldo y el de Martinez Rincon--se propone actualizar algunos problemas especificos de la interpretacion de las filosofias de Sartre y de Tugenhadt.
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