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rosalia

(rəʊˈzælɪə)
n
(Medicine) obsolete scarlet fever
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There was a girl at the asylum whose name was Hepzibah Jenkins, but I always imagined her as Rosalia DeVere.
Morales left behind wife Rosalia Manuel Arzadon; children Caesar and Myrna; Blesilda; engineer Eulogio Jr.; Dr.
National Treasurer Rosalia de Leon said the country is studying issuing so-called prize bonds targeted to individual investors.
New artist Rosalia and last year's "Best Latin" winner J Balvin grabbed "Best Latin" award in the Video Music Awards 2019.
Senior Community Liaison Officer in the Ministry of Veterans Affairs, Rosalia Alweendo yesterday told Nampa the total of 28 war veterans are confirmed to attend the event.
Earlier, National Treasurer Rosalia de Leon said they were considering the issuance of these four tenors but will only tap three, specifically the three-year, five- or seven-year and 10-year.
WHEN I MEET ROSALIA ON THE 20TH FLOOR OF A hotel in the East Village, she's sitting across from Japanese nail art titan Mei Kawajiri, who is affixing encrusted rhinestones and miniature gold chains to her gel extensions.
Rosalia Taotofi, Victoria Lealaiauloto Nofoaiga and Alma Su'a are all Samoan.
In a memorandum addressed to all government securities eligible dealers (GSEDs), National Treasurer Rosalia De Leon said the BTr is set to float P195 billion worth of T-bills and P120 billion worth of T-bonds from April to June, for a total domestic borrowing program of P315 billion in the second quarter.
Spanish sensation Rosalia is next with five nominations.