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pascual

(ˈpæskjʊəl)
adj
of or relating to pasture
n
(Plants) a plant that grows in pasture
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Pascual's photographs act as strange placeholders, gesturing to where they were found (rather than cutting ties) while suggesting that new contexts can be made to reinvigorate them and perhaps ultimately issue a kind of challenge.
SUCH is the sheer aura and will to win of Serena Williams that she could yet develop into a strong title contender at Roland Garros, but she needs to improve massively and is unlikely to blitz past Virginia Ruano Pascual in the second round.
On many nights while Pascual dreamt, he completed that which he was now doing: pressing the button of the doorbell of the old Millan house.
Sleever International has supplied Spanish dairy company Grupo Leche Pascual with the ideal solution for its new range of milk shakes.
At the outset of the interview about evolution Father Pascual makes three erroneous assertions: (1) that evolution is a scientific theory; (2) that it is based on empirical data; and (3) that it is well affirmed.
VIENNA -- The many physicians who don't routinely perform synovial fluid analysis to confirm the diagnosis of gout are doing their patients a disservice, Eliseo Pascual, M.D., asserted at the annual European congress of rheumatology.
Through easy-to-read, relaxed text--two to three sentences per page--and witty, computer-generated illustrations, children are introduced to four town workers: Nestor Tellini is a cook's assistant who has the important duty of peeling potatoes and making sure that all the pots and pans sparkle; Paca Lamar assists her mother, the local fish vendor; Pascual Midon is left in charge of his parents' dry cleaning shop; and Pepa Pas assists her parents, the vegetable vendors.
Buenaventura Pascual, a spokesman for the military, said the military intelligence community is continuously monitoring at least two ranking active duty military officials supposedly involved in the latest destabilization plot against Arroyo's administration.
In the current study, Jose Pascual of the Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft in Berlin and the Institut de Ciencia de Materials de Barcelona-CSIC in Bellaterra, Spain, and his colleagues selectively tweaked the vibrations of individual molecules to produce two different movements.
Feliberto Pascual of the coast guard office in Zamboanga said that while an unspecified number of people have been plucked safely from the sea, more bodies are expected to be retrieved, adding that most of the victims were trapped in their cabins.
John Pascual won his huge sum yesterday because was unable to return to work offshore after the accident on the North Sea's Brent Bravo platform in May 1995.
It has been fifty years since Cela published La familia de Pascual Duarte (1942; English translation published in 1964 as The Family of Pascual Duarte).