nieve


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nieve

(niːv)
n
dialect Scot and Northern English the closed hand; fist
[C14: from Old Norse hnefi]
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TONO Sanchis ha elegido la nieve y el esqui en este arranque de ano.
Marion McLaughlin gave birth to her daughter, Nieve Fearne, as Armistice Day was marked last week.
The second game was more straightforward for the home side, with Sarah Hewitt and Kim Summers getting the better of Brenda Hemmings and Mel Nieve 21-19, 25-23.
VVAA, Maria y es la nieve de su nieve favor, esmalte y matiz, Servicio de Publicaciones de la Caja General de Ahorros de Canarias, Tenerife 2010, 196 pp.
Baby daughter Nieve a r r ived shor t ly af terwards, weighing 8lb 14oz.
Accompanied by a mysterious boy and armed with the wisdom of her Gran, an old-world "cunning woman," Nieve ventures into the heart of this dark realm to face its ruler, free her friends and restore her world--learning some surprising truths about herself along the way.
Among the famous faces taking part in the run were Celtic coach and ex-player Neil Lennon, SFA chief executive Gordon Smith and former Miss Scotland Nieve Jennings.
Little Nieve Myles-Ward may have been a more than a week overdue, but her hasty arrival was a shock for grandmother Tina Ward, who had to deliver the tot.
A diferencia de lo que se creia hasta hace poco, prever la manera en que se conducira una avalancha requiere mas que medir el angulo de una cuesta montanosa, segun reporto en julio pasado la revista Science, pues un estudio realizado por cientificos de la Universidad de Edimburgo indica que tambien cuentan la manera en que las capas de nieve se resquebrajan y colapsan.