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calima

(ˈkælɪmə)
n
a dust storm in the Canary Islands region, originating from the Sahara desert
[C19: from Spanish, literally: haze]
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Christine 'Chin-chin' Calima is determined to spearhead the establishment and institutionalization of an Air Force Leadership Excellence Center.
Biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca Monday presented results from its pivotal Phase III SIROCCO and CALIMA asthma trials at the European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress.
Los estudios que se han realizado en esta region sobre composicion floristica, se han hecho principalmente en Bajo Calima (FABER-LANGENDOEN & GENTRY, 1991; MONSALVE, 1994) y comunidades aledanas a la comunidad de Pianguita (Santa Clara) (RENTERIA, 2004).
He goes with a big chance, but Red Calima looks a massive threat, especially with the ground drying out all the time, and could well spoil the party.
RED CALIMA Shirocco colt, trained by John oxx, filled third spot behind Apache on his debut at leopardstown before coming off second best against less-fancied stable-companion Saddlers rock in a mile-and-a-half maiden at tipperary on thursday.
A case of direct bribery, on the other hand, was recommended against the former BI intelligence chief Charles Calima, who was also implicated in the scandal.
D., 2002a.--Muestreo preliminar de los escarabajos copronecrofilos (Coleoptera-Scarabaeidae) de las selvas de Chancos, Calima, Choco biogeografico (Valle).
wednesday Bellewstown 5.45 Boom To Bust; 6.50 Angels Art; 7.50 Red Calima. York 3.05 Seville; 3.40 Await The Dawn.