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encina

(ɛnˈsiːnə)
n
(Plants) a type of oak, Quercus ilex
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JG Michael John Encina, spokesperson of the Philippine Coast Guard in Central Visayas, 149 passengers had been rescued, four of them taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
Junior Grade Michael Encina, Philippine Coast Guard Cebu spokesman, told Philippine News Agency (PNA) that the incident happened a few minutes after M/V Mika Mari 8 of Jomalia Shipping Corp.
Infrastructure manager ADIF has awarded a consortium of Thales and CAF Signalling a contract to design, supply and maintain signalling equipment for the La Encina Xtiva Valencia section of the Mediterranean Corridor.
Grade Michael John Encina, spokesman for the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) in Central Visayas.
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Southern Illinois dropped its 2018 season finale on Sunday night to the Grizzlies by a score of 3-2 despite a complete game effort from starter Geno Encina, his third such game of the year.
PAZ ENCINA makes film objects and situational documentaries, or sit-docs, movies in which a dramatic narrative is transparently constructed from a handful of organized audiovisual facts.
La Reina saludo a los voluntarios, sobre todo jubilados, que le entregaron una encina de plata de recuerdo, y ella firmo en el libro de honor.
Premio Hoja de Encina (2001).Mencion Especial de Pegaso Editores,
As a first step a micropropagation method using juvenile material (ENCINA, 1992; ENCINA et al, 1994) was developed, and then using these results and methods as a reference a successful micropropagation system for adult material of cherimoya selected by their elite agronomic traits, was achieved (PADILLA, 1997).
As Robert ter Horst noted, Spanish Golden Age drama, the apogee of Spanish theater, began at court with Encina's writing (qtd.
The unique taste is due to pigs being fed acorns from encina oak trees, which find their way into the fat of the animal.