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espada

(eˈspɑːdə)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a sword
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Shena May, 14, reaped five gold medals in the secondary girls division with victories in the anyo individual event single weapon, double weapon, espada y daga, team event single weapon and team event double weapon with Joanna Julaya and Stephane Mones.
'Since last year, they were already distributing forms for the MCCT and then allegedly, they collect money amounting to P500 for the registration,' DSWD XI information officer Florame Espada told TIMES on Tuesday.
Los periodistas que escriben sin meditar sobre los modos de produccion de la noticia (desde las cuestiones eticas hasta las puramente tecnicas) han acabado por parecerme novelistas que en el siglo XXI practican el realismo ingenuo y escriben de un modo credulo e indiferente" (Espada, 2009: 7).
Friends Carlos Gonzalez-Cortes and Leon Espada travelled on the same flight from Alicante with large cases as if they were going on holiday.
Friends Carlos Gonzalez-Cortes and Leon Espada travelled on the same flight from Alicante with large cases as if they were going on holiday - but instead of packing clothes all that was inside was herbal cannabis.
Castillo, Frank Espada, Anthony Hernandez, Perla de Leon, Hiram Maristany, Ruben Ochoa, John M.
Elsewhere in the clip, Espada (Vincent Laresca) will be targeted by Stahl.
Esta historia es asi: un rey queria ser el mas habil con el manejo de la espada, y tuvo noticia que un principe era el que mayor dominio tenia en este arte.