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Mangalore

(ˌmæŋɡəˈlɔː)
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(Placename) a port in S India, in Karnataka on the Malabar Coast. Pop: 398 745 (2001)
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The City of Sydney commissioned a new public artwork to take its place, the 'Lamp for Mary' (2010) by Australian artist Mikala Dwyer, with words by internationally renowned poet and academic Professor Michael Taussig (2011).
Anyone else having problems," Twitter user Michele Mikala Ross tweeted. 
The Art Gallery of New South Wales has given Mikala Dwyer license to transform five of its spaces with her eye-catching installations made of every imaginable material--manufactured, found, or handcrafted by the artist.
Caption: REACH INCORPORATED TUTORS MIKALA AND DARTAVIUS DURING A 2017 CHILDREN'S BOOK WRITING WORKSHOP
Mikala Marquis, 19, had been hiking the trail above Blue Pool when she lost her footing and tumbled 80 feet down a steep embankment through the brush, according to Linn County Undersheriff Jim Yon.
Joan was a devoted grandma to Samantha, Nicola, Johnathan, Mikala, Philip, Jamie and Jake and was a greatly treasured greatgrandma.
Edited by Ane Qvortrup, Merete Wiberg, Gerd Christensen, and Mikala Hansbol
Make-up artist Mikala Monsoon, 20, from Cumbernauld, said: "This country was built on so many people's cultures and it is disgusting to me that Britain wants to close itself off from the rest of the world.
Mahon/McKenna showed they deserved the final appearance with a great victory over Missouri State's Mikala Mitchell/ Suzanne Koehler.
Prosecutor Julie Hughes said Wynne had no children at the school and the defendant claimed she was simply walking past when she saw Mikala Cullum in a car.
Among them was 14-year-old Mikala Boyer, who said she fled as the attack unfolded, but her friend was badly injured.
"It took a big part of our budget, but we wanted to give it a try," says Mikala Clements, store manager.