rosety

rosety

(ˈrɒzɪtɪ)
adj
Scot resinous
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Former generals Agustin Rosety and Alberto Asarta will run as parliamentary candidates for the provinces of Cadiz and Castellon, Vox said.
Rosety and Asarta signed a manifesto last year in support of Franco's legacy, including the military uprising that ignited the 1936-1939 Spanish civil war and resulted in his rule until 1975.
Ordonez, Rosety, and Rosety-Rodriguez (2006) enrolled 22 overweight and obese adolescent males with Down syndrome in an exercise program consisting of three, one-hour aerobic exercise sessions weekly for three months.
Ordonez, F.J., Rosety, M., & Rosety-Rodriguez, M.
That's why, for example, former generals Agustin Rosety and Alberto Asarta will run as parliamentary candidates for the provinces of Cadiz and Castellon.