haro


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haro

(hæˈrəʊ)
interj
a cry meaning alas
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"Mademoiselle, if the king goes beyond Poitiers and sets out for Spain, if the articles of the marriage contract are agreed upon by Don Luis de Haro and his eminence, you must plainly perceive that it is not child's play."
There came an archer bold and true, With bracer guard and stave of yew; His purse was light, his jerkin frayed; Haro, alas!
Professional classical concert guitars are expensive: Pena Haro's cost $8,000.
"We feel pretty confident in our abilities because most of the required skills are things we've learned while performing our job as survival instructors," Haro said.
Parameters of Feminine Space in Mujeres de marmol by Amparo Serrano de Haro. Deborah A.
Lopez de Haro says memories of Nicaragua's turbulent past have faded, and he labels the country an "off-the-beaten-track destination where one can enjoy nature at its best."
He said: "Haro and I were welcomed from the first day by the people of Kenilworth."
(15) Nocturno de Nueva York sigue el camino abierto por Serrano de Haro en su primera novela, Mujeres de marmol (1999).
"I hope that now that Nazar Haro has been arrested justice will be done, because he was protected by former Presidents Luis Echeverria and Jose Lopez Portillo," said Guillermina Cabanas.
The court, however, found Mr Haro guilty of threatening a witness for testifying against his son.
Youth were seen swimming around the canal at Mohra Maradu, Julian and Haro bridge.
An information board fixed on entrance of the archeological site reads that Bhamala, one of the most important Buddhist sites located on right bank of River Haro, was declared as world heritage site in 1980 along with other mountains in Taxila valley.