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'Remember, compadre, I'm the one who defended the budget, it was Congress who approved...
Slightly less auspiciously the stage was also taken up by Radio Cymru's Ifan Evans, who was showing his compadre the Welsh Whisperer a thing or two about the noble art of deforesting our supine friends.
Lady Eccles (Richard Kibet), chimed in the Easter Bells as she glided free from Compadre, to swipe our sponsors Breeding Futurity Stakes for Mim Haynes.
In case you don't already own a regular-sized Red Ryder and plan on taking your pint-sized shooting compadre along, the other kit includes a 1938ARR plus a second, regular-sized Red Ryder Model 1938.
In any event, as I was just telling an old political junkie compadre of mine, your article was very in line with what I was saying, particularly in your last 3 paragraphs and with this I wanted to say thanks Scott!
Beckman, with his colleagues, used the massive COMPADRE Plant Matrix Database, an online repository containing demographic information about thousands of plant species throughout the world, to analyze hundreds of disparate datasets of plant life-history strategies.
Jaime called me and asked: 'Compadre, you want to do a scene with me?' And I obviously didn't even have to think about it, I said yes immediately.
Everybody wants to be his kumpare at hindi niya alam na kung sinu-sino nag-imbita sa kanya, nagpa-picture ([Lim] is not a compadre of President [Duterte]!
Tocol's co-founders, UAMS professors Cesar Compadre and Philip Breen, previously developed technologies licensed to and developed by Safe Foods Corp.