vallar


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vallar

(ˈvælə) or

vallary

n
a Roman circular gold crown which was awarded to the first soldier who broke into the enemy's camp
adj
of or relating to a rampart or defensive wall
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These were Ben Jones and John Day, the Kentuckians, and Andri Vallar and Francis Le Clerc, Canadians.
Awardees in the boys' category were South Christian College Pirates standouts Jibril Talosig (6-under), John Alexander Talosig (13-14) and Cyrryl Vallar (15-over), Anthony Acedo of Aqua Tiera Swim Team (7-8), Izyndro Warain of Rasa Kidapawan (9-10) and Francisco Cordero of LC5 Swimming School (11-12).
Vallar, "Three clinical tests for the assessment of verbal long-term memory function.
Vallar, "GTPase inhibiting mutations activate the alpha chain of Gs and stimulate adenylyl cyclase in human pituitary tumours," Nature, vol.
Berti, A., Bottini, G., Gandola, M., Pia, L., Smania, N., Stracciali, A., Castiglioni, I., Vallar, G.
Vallar, "Spatial cognition: evidence from visual neglect," Trends in Cognitive Sciences, vol.
[15.] Bernardi NF, Cioffi MC, Ronchi R, Maravita A, Bricolo E, Zigiotto L, Perucca L, Vallar G.