Dulce


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v. t.1.To make sweet; to soothe.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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``Nay,'' said the Priest, laughing, ``it is only in our abbey that we confine ourselves to the lac dulce or the lac acidum either.
Now, in my time, when we got home by the old coach, which put us down at the cross-roads with our boxes, the first day of the holidays, and had been driven off by the family coachman, singing "Dulce Domum" at the top of our voices, there we were, fixtures, till black Monday came round.
No ECC must be issued to any aspect of the Aerotropolis until its cumulative risks posed to the entire ecosystem of Manila Bay alongside other reclamation projects is rigorously assessed,' Kalikasan PNE national coordinator Leon Dulce said in a statement.
It is high time for the Duterte government to cancel OceanaGold's FTAA license and compel the destructive mine to answer for its various rights violations,' said Leon Dulce, national coordinator of Kalikasan People's Network for the Environment, one of the national support groups for the Nueva Vizcaya-wide campaign against the foreign mining company.
Rivera identified the suspect as Nely Almendras Dulce, alias Tata Dulce, a high value target (HVT).
Manila Bay's waters should be restored fit for fisherfolk, not for destructive land reclamation," said Leon Dulce, national coordinator of Kalikasan People's Network for the Environment and spokesperson for Manila Baywatch.
Arrange the slices over the top of the dulce de leche in circles, slightly overlapping the slices.
Although she is highly educated, much of Dulce Dangis' success at work is the result of her self-taught experiences.
Roderick Rivera and Ian Joseph Hernandez produced the kyorugi golds while Eulogio Rodriguez, June Ninobla, Ernesto Guzman Jr., Alileah Dulce Amor Perez and the pair of Galilee Tibaya/Vina Marie Ignacio-Rivera collected golds in poomsae.