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calo

(ˈkæləʊ)
n
a non-combatant servant to a soldier in the Roman army
[Latin]
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Calo expounded that the training will also help the participants assess the various issues related to road transport and safety, and their linkage "which are key in achieving good governance".
"If employees are hearing things they shouldn't have access to, that is really a red flag, it's a bad practice," Calo said.
Officers received information about the incident which said she had a relationship with a juvenile under the age of 16, Calo said.
En el calo de los gitanos acharan significa triste, molesto; achararse es incomodarse, y estar acharado, estar apenado, disgustado.
"There are a bunch of players in this space, and if you are Microsoft you want to be seen as trusted," said Calo, who did not assist the company on the book but has consulted for it on other issues and whose lab is partially funded with donations from Microsoft.
Located at the northwest part of the Island, Es Calo is the old traditional fisherman's corner and guaranteed to take your breath away.
SPOT THE BALL Welders' Ross Arthurs fights for possession with Armagh's Calo Labo Ferreita during Saturday's Bet McLean League Cup meeting
Calo, doctor of physical therapy at Body Dynamics in Falls Church, Virginia.
Ei GIML reune bajo el termino argot el calo (espanol y mexicano), el lunfardo, el parlache, las jergas de comunidades profesionales y tribus urbanas, el habla gay y, en general, el de la comunidad LGTB.
Giorgia Calo, cultural councilor for the Jewish Community of Rome, on March 29 welcomed the move, saying that Jews "have always been a part of the history of the capital."
As per a report from Wired, Ryan Calo, a law professor from the University of Washington says that Scarlett Johansson can sue Ricky Ma for impersonation, if Ma gains commercially from the robot.
CALO refers to "culturally and linguistically diverse" groups who are migrants and refugees from Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin American and African backgrounds.