Itala


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It´a`la


n.1.An early Latin version of the Scriptures (the Old Testament was translated from the Septuagint, and was also called the Italic version).
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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,,For Bulgaria, the partnership with the European Anti-Fraud Office is of utmost importance'', Prime Minister Boyko Borissov noted during the meeting with the Director General of OLAF, Ville Itala, at the Council of Ministers, the press service of the Cabinet announced.This is the first official working visit of ITALY in Bulgaria since the start of his mandate, which started in August last year, is noted in the announcement.The Director-General of OLAF said he was impressed by the achievements of the Bulgarian government in the fight against smuggling and congratulated Prime Minister Borissov.
A 1907 Itala 40 storms the Duke's Pass between Aberfoyle and Loch Katrine on the final day of the Flying Scotsman Rally.
"Matagal ko nang pinapanukala na dapat itala na ang gastos ng isang kandidato sa oras na nag-file ng certificate of candidacy para mabantayan ang kanilang gastos (It has been my longtime proposal that the expenses of a candidate should be listed down during the time of filing of certificate of candidates to monitor their expenses)," said Macalintal.
We stayed in a villa in Itala, a small hillside town south of Messina.
Itala Tainy Barreto Francisco dos Santos (1,*), Heloisa Safira Santos Pinheiro (1),Vancleber Batista dos Santos (1), Lucas Kauan Nascimento de Santana (1), Julio Cesar Melo Poderoso (1), and Genesio Tamara Riberio (1)
Itala Caiafa-Hernandez (1) *, Juan Narvaez-Barandica (2) & Arturo Acero-Pizarro (3)
Survival and differentiation of subspecies of the land snail Charpentieria itala in mountain refuges in the Southern Alps.