Vidonia


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Vi`do´ni`a


n.1.A dry white wine, of a tart flavor, produced in Teneriffe; - called also Teneriffe.
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And also Algarve, Albufeira, Casa Vidonia, seven nights self-catering departing from Manchester on September 29.
"'Stout old Vidonia, rich Canary, and Oporto wines...
He transcribed "Menotomy" incorrectly as "Metonomy." He had Jenkins selling a "French cap" (originally, "French quilted cap") instead of "French quilts for caps." And he turned "Old Stout, Vidonia" into "stout old Vidonia."
Growing evidence suggests that structural changes of the brain in older people are related to physical performance such as gait dysfunction (Callisaya et al., 2013), postural instability (Kido et al., 2010), and lack of cardio-respiratory fitness (Vidonia et al., 2012).
Obet Vidonia had 134-178, Ester Halata 181-144 and Alice Penus 143-145.
In 1852 almost all of the crop from the Cape Verde Islands was destroyed by a white mildew attack, the wines that survived were grouped under the ``Tenerife Vidonia'' label.
For Krau Thai Jayme Luge led the way on 515 folllowed by Mao Orolfo 491, Ed Labuac 455 and Obet Vidonia 450.
Edu Toledo paced Krau Thai on 490 while Ed Labuac and Obet Vidonia shot matching cards of 485s.