Incide


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In`cide´


v. t.1.To cut; to separate and remove; to resolve or break up, as by medicines.
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Glasgow sheriff Dan iel Scullion said the incide nt was "avoidable" and bathi ng residents properly was "an "integral" job in care homes.
Por su parte, Eduardo Chavez, postulador de la causa de canonizacion de Juan Diego, defiende la historicidad del personaje y sus principales rasgos espirituales; Javier Garcia aborda el tema de una teologia india a partir de la imagen de Guadalupe; Jose Luis Guerrero estudia con profundidad el relato del Nican Mopohua; el cardenal Rivera, arzobispo de Mexico, trata sobre la actualidad del acontecimiento guadalupano; mientras que Fidel Gonzalez incide en su historicidad, monsenor Diego Monroy, rector de la Basilica, en su importancia para la identidad mexicana y, finalmente, el arzobispo de Guadalajara, monsenor Sandoval, lo refiere al ambito hispanoamericano.
The Big Yin topped an online poll of 1,700 votes organised to co incide with the London Comedy Festival, scooping 17 per cent of votes cast, beating Eric More cambe and Ernie Wise (12 per cent) and Peter Cook (10 per cent).
27 concerned the formations of INCIDE, the Civilian Initiative for Democracy, a group that was formally launched here Dec.
The first incide 1nt took place between 9.30am and 10am on Monday, September 26, on the number 126 bus from Wolverhampton to Birmingham.