gaita


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gaita

(ˈɡaɪtə)
n
a type of Spanish bagpipe
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Deaf golfer Isaac Makokha completed the top four with a score of two over par 74 while long-hitting Daniel Nduva tied for the fifth place with six others including youngster Zubair Khan of Muthaiga, Golf Park's William Odera, Tanzania's Victor Joseph and the best placed Ugandans Rodell Gaita, John Paul Basabose and Ashraf Bagalana.
"I started it in 1997 because I was very eager of bringing the fast Italian way of lifestyle and eating in Manila," recalled Chef Gaita, who has been an advocate of using Filipino homegrown ingredients and grains.
Deputy majority leader and Kiriita MCA Justus Gaita moved the motion.
Chef Gaita, as she's known among her friends, was quite excited to have Gallagher's Irish oysters served at one of her restaurants, thanks to a partnership with Daniel Koh and
The performance will feature a range of cultures and languages, from the Venezuelan "gaita" La Paloma, to the Greek folk song Samiotissa, to an arrangement of the well-known Israeli tune Zum Gali, to a rousing male choir Italian song called Viva Tutti.
Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is the process of fecal bacteriotherapy, fecal transfusion and gaita transplantation by other names in the terminology, the placement of gaita from a healthy donor into the gastrointestinal tract of the recipient.
The other key players for Markhiya are goalkeeper Mohamed Montasser Kharoub, Tejan Gaita, Saleh Bader Yazidi, Talal Ali, Mohamed Shaaban, Bilal Mohamed and Leonardo Di Souza.
These are just some of the things people will learn from Asia's Best Female Chef 2016 Margarita 'Gaita' Fores and Casa Artusi's executive chef Carla Brigliadori as they jointly hold hands-on classes on Italian cuisine tomorrow, Dec.
Quiza solo echemos de menos la musica en vivo, al menos en aquellos numeros mas estrechamente ligados al hermoso folklor irlandes, con esa inconfundible gaita que tanto los identifica, por ejemplo, en una misma linea de expresion musical, con Galicia y Escocia.
The pipes have been called many things but the Brazilians "gaita de foles" probably describes them best - it's Portuguese for "screams of the tortured monkey".
By employing Raimond Gaita's notion of moral seriousness and his distinction between form and content, the author argues that the kind of empirical research on moral intuitions conducted by experimental philosophers fails to take into consideration some fundamental characteristics of moral thinking.
En la tabla derecha--El infierno musical--su rostro surge debajo de un plato con una gaita. El Bosco transitaba ya hacia el espiritu renacentista y sus visiones onirica: se anticipaban 420 anos al surrealismo.