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vielle

(viːˈɛl)
n
(Instruments) a European stringed musical instrument from Medieval times and somewhat similar to a violin
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Fidel Leon Odimara (aka 'Fiedel Odimara,' aka 'Ndaa,' aka 'Dee Dutchman')
Miller, Thaine Morris, Clayton Pinney, Dale Brady, Randall William Cook, Entertainment Effects Group, make-up: Ken Diz, Rick Stratton, Dale Brady, Bill Sturgeon, art director: John DeCuir Jr., set decoration: Jerry Adams, music: Brad Fiedel, cast: Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowell, Stephen Geoffreys, Jonathan Stark, Dorothy Fielding, Art Evans, Heidi Sorenson, Robert Corff, Pamela Brown; Lifeforce, United Kingdon, United States 1985, producers: Menahem Golan, Yoram Globus, Michael J.
Meltzer and Donald Grayson published "Requiem for North American Overkill," (11) which met with an acerbic refutation from Stuart Fiedel and Gary Haynes.12 Echoing Martin's defense of overkill, they cited negative evidence as evidence and argued that the scarcity of kill sites is to be expected, since the period of megafaunal predation lasted only approximately three centuries, coinciding with the overlap of Clovis technology and megafaunal prey.
2004: Eric Fiedel released Dutch Masters 7" (Goner Records, 17Gone)
Another possibility is that capuchins or other monkeys produced the tools, says archaeologist Stuart Fiedel of Louis Berger Group, an environmental consulting firm in Richmond, Va.
ISLAMABAD, May 15, 2011 (Frontier Star): Former Cuban President Fiedel Castro has said that Abbottabad operation by US troops violated laws, values and dignity of Pakistan while killing unarmed Osama Bin Laden is an act of barbarism.