Sacar


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Sa´car


n.1.See Saker.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Commission on Human Rights (CHR) medico-legal officer Joseph Jimenez said that removing both kidneys when at least one was needed to survive was a 'drastic move' that would require a 'very good explanation' from Sacar.
Quiero resaltar desde estas lineas la labor de todo el equipo de redaccion, que a lo largo de estos 15 anos--o a lo ancho de estos 76 numeros--ha sido capaz de sacar adelante articulos y documentos de indudable valor para la antropologia.
However, defects of naturaleza could be erased by purchasing the gracias al sacar (relief from the defect).
The introductory part sets the stage with an extensive but arguably necessary survey of the historiography on the whitening gracias al sacar, which is immediately followed by a detailed overview of racial thinking in the Spanish Empire.
He said: "Look at what support is available, in terms of social skills training so that those that have autism and Asperger syndrome are able to read the social cues that they struggle with." Sacar can be contacted on 01274 778888.