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n.1.(Eccl.) A paten.
1.A grassy expanse in the hill region of Ceylon.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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When Sancho saw the bride, he exclaimed, "By my faith, she is not dressed like a country girl, but like some fine court lady; egad, as well as I can make out, the patena she wears rich coral, and her green Cuenca stuff is thirty-pile velvet; and then the white linen trimming- by my oath, but it's satin!
Still in Batangas, police shot and killed suspect Raymond Patena in a buy-bust operation in Barangay Talaibon, Ibaan around midnight on Friday.
A report from Batangas Police Provincial Office (BPPO) identified the slain suspect as Raymond Patena, 35 years old.
Indeed, Jared Featherstone, Associate Director of the University Writing Center at James Madison University, already incorporates mindfulness in tutor training: his Tutoring Writing course introduces tutors to mindfulness by asking them to practice carefully reflecting on their reactions while reading students' texts (Patena).
(33.) Ranney M, Patena J, Nugent N, Spirito A, Boyer E, Zatzick D, et al.
Patena, Wiktor--Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirates
La platine ki sus girra La patena que sera puesta encima Iert la pierre senefiee representara la piedra Qui fu deseur moi seelee que se cerro sobre mi Quant ou sepuchre m'eus mis.