calaba


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Noun1.calaba - West Indian tree having racemes of fragrant white flowers and yielding a durable timber and resinous juice
Calophyllum, genus Calophyllum - genus of tropical evergreen trees
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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In Abra, Joel Mailed, 59, chairman of Barangay Calaba in Bangued, was wounded in an alleged shootout with police officers, who responded to reports that he shot dead two people at a bar following an altercation before dawn yesterday.
Investigators said Calaba village chair Joel Mailed, 59, was drunk when he went to a bar owned by Elpidio Castillo Jr., 49, to have the establishment closed at about 1 a.m.
According to the Bangued local government, videoke bars owners were not following the guidelines under Municipal Ordinance 69 requiring all disco bars to transfer to Barangay Calaba which will be officially named as Bangued Entertainment Center.
El sol calaba desde el cielo mientras el adoquin chamuscaba las suelas de los zapatos.
But in Tobago's endless forests fell The tall tough hiccory, or calaba. Of this, be forc'd two pillars in the ground, Four paces distant, and two cubits high: Other two pillars raise; the wood the same, Of equal size and height.
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(7) Bataille, sin lugar a dudas, ya se sabe que trato de rescatar a Nietzsche de la lectura nazi-fascista que calaba en la epoca.
Jose: Si, Luego estaba chido porque te pegaba el frillito pero no te calaba el frillito, pero no te calaba, nomas estaba asi como de !ahh!
Ello no niega tampoco el hecho de que lo que se aprendia por medio del dictado calaba muchas veces en las mentes de los alumnos de forma bastante profunda.