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dalt

(dɔːlt)
n
obsolete Scot a foster child
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After discovering the secrets of the Dalt Vila, enjoy the balmy summer Ibiza evenings by relaxing into your own personal beanbag watching a film at the open air Cinema Paradiso.
Caption: Figure 9 Ductwork joint seals (a) alone that did not meet DALT criteria and (b) insulation provided.
Dalt Vila in the old town is a World Heritage Site with a fascinating history that reflects thousands of years of being the go to place for everyone from the Carthaginians, Romans, Moors, and Catalans to the local pirates.
A phone call Saturday alerted firefighters to the emergency inside the Cuberes cave in the municipality of Conca de Dalt.
For culture, the island's Old Town (also known as Dalt Vila), with its winding alleys, museums and cobbled streets, is a World Heritage Site.
We disembarked for a stroll around Dalt Vita, a walled city now considered a World Heritage site.
Spanish sales have clearly improved in recent months but there's still no comparison with business abroad," Alex Artero, who heads the business founded by his great-grandfather in 1909, said in a telephone interview from his facility at Vilassar de Dalt, near Barcelona.
2005 1a Exposicion Alapc IntegrARTE, Centre Cultural Vilassar de Dalt, Barcelona, Espana.
9 LUCRECIA DALT, SYZYGY (Human Ear Music) Dalt can write a really soulful ballad and sing it with a full voice, but Syzygy is more austere and dark than her previous albums.
ANDREU ESTELA, Centre de Salut dalt Sant Joan, Atencion Primaria de Menorca, Ib-Salut
E a la capella del Castell Nou, lo dit senyor hach preparada la solenitzacio de la dita festa axi magnifficament e mils que lo jorn de Nadal, car hach feta empaliar tota la capella dalt fins a baix, dels pus bells draps de Ras que tenie, e ni hach de nous que no havie molt havier reebuts de Flandres, los quals encare no havie esteses.
Nocturnes is the first publication of Luna Press, founded by New Orleans-based photographer Josephine Sacabo and poet Dalt Wonk.