Vila


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Vi•la

(ˈvi lə)

n.
a seaport in and the capital of Vanuatu. 15,000.
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Noun1.Vila - capital of Vanuatu
New Hebrides, Republic of Vanuatu, Vanuatu - a volcanic island republic in Melanesia; independent since 1980
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Daisy, it was, who had put her tiny foot down and commanded the removal from the fever flatlands of Colusa to the healthy mountains of Ventura; who had backed the savage old Indian-fighter of a father into a corner and fought the entire family that Vila might marry the man of her choice; who had flown in the face of the family and of community morality and demanded the divorce of Laura from her criminally weak husband; and who on the other hand, had held the branches of the family together when only misunderstanding and weak humanness threatened to drive them apart.
Vila told INQUIRER.net that Andilab was supposed to board a bus going to Southern Leyte when a porter carried his belongings and demanded P50.
Vila, the third oldest gorilla in the world, has celebrated her 55th birthday at San Diego Zoo.
CREDITS: Directed by Camilo Vila. Screenplay, Monty Fisher, Vila.
Rugby markets, 94-95 SALE got off to a losing start in their Challenge Cup campaign at Brive last weekend but are up to 66-point handicap favourites for tonight's match against Spanish side La Vila.
Acevedo Vila pleaded innocent to the charges, which include conspiracy, making false statements to the FBI, wire fraud, defrauding a federal election funding program and tax crimes.
Seremeta and Hoz de Vila needed three sets to win their singles matches.
(1.) Vila J, Ruiz J, Gallardo F, Vargas M, Soler L, Figueras MJ, et al.
Vila's son Christopher, a real estate developer, joined him on this project.
Vila, "I've found that, without exception, paint is the finishing touch that makes each home come alive.