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salse

(sæls)
n
(Geological Science) a volcano expelling mud
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Social media canvassing of aficionados' views on the best seven-furlong horse threw up many a Kingman, Moonlight Cloud or even Frankel, who all won at the trip, but few true out-and-out specialists since, perhaps, Warningford at the turn of the century - or maybe Decorated Hero or Salse before that.
The company specializes in focused consulting, training development and salse hiring organization.
All my friends and other pupils studying here are happy and excited about the new school We can now make use of cabinets, laboratories and the library which gives us the opportunity to gain more knowledge and study harder," says Marsela.The results are:170 school children are beneficiaries of the new school in Kozare.6 schools, two water supply networks, two health centers constructed in 4 regions.The infrastructure works amount to USD 3.5 millionTeuta Kondili the school principal and a history teacher said that poor school infrastructure had impaired educational outcomes at the school in Kozare."Kozare school that serves three villages, Kozare, Salse and Ferras, was built in the '70 and was never rehabilitated although it was in terrible conditions.
The salse fresca it was served with was also of the wrong consistency.
A geo-rhetorical criterion, for example, informs the juxtaposition in the first of the Malebolge cantos (Inferno 18) between Jason's Aegean and the "salse" of Venedico's Bologna, (13) a contrast that foreshadows the one between Ulysses' heroic Mediterranean periplus in Inferno 26 and the domestic Italian chorography of the Romagna evoked in the Guido da Montefeltro episode of Inferno 27.
Palacin, J.; Salse, J.A.; Valganon, I.; Clua, X.;, "Building a mobile robot for a floor-cleaning operation in domestic environments," Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, IMTC '03.
The short version alone is SALS and, by adding a few SFL, it becomes SALSE The key to bear in mind is one "S" prefix versus two--a single "S" is always a derivative of ALSF-1.
Since taking out a licence in February her three victories to date have all been recorded by Pulse, a durable seven-year-old gelding by the sire Salse, whose successes at Lingfield, Warwick and Beverley have added weight to the argument that she is fully capable of doing the job.
Have a fruity and earthy Mauro Beglio Barolo "Vigneto Rocche" 1998 ($150) and enjoy a nice variety of classical and post-modern, high end Tuscan dishes: Crema di Carde Bianche (Parsnip), a delicious and delicate pureed soup, a Wonderful perfumed Cacciucco del Circo (Seafood Stew) with gigantic prawns and octopus legs, and for a brilliant finale try a Bamboloni Calde con Le Sue Salse (an exquisite warm Italian doughnut with chocolate and berry sauces).
A sauce can transform a piece of meat or fish and herb sauce, or Salse Alle Erbe, is ideal with savoury pasta dishes or with fish and you can vary the herbs according to your taste.
A subsequent third behind Refuse To Bend and Soviet Song in the Queen Anne at Royal Ascot proved that the son of Salse is a top-drawer miler on his day.
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