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tapen

(ˈteɪpən)
adj
archaic made or composed of tape
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Que todos los partidos Hoy se tapen la cara y te desnuden toda novia inmaculada para ponerte un traje blanco de nube blanca (Velez en Gomez, 2013, p.
See generally BRADLEY CONDON & TAPEN SINHA, THE ROLE OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN GLOBAL ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE (1st ed.
Pekka Voutilainen and Jin Soo Kim set the tone of the day for Europe by beating Michael Tapen and Daleon Fashaw before Alasdair Wild and Jonny Moreton won against Andy Theissen and Paul Robinson.
Hoy es un orgullo para la comunidad, a la vez que es objeto de preocupacion porque el proximo volteo de la Forestal Valdivia implicara la construccion de un camino de un ancho de 12 metros y, con ello, el riesgo cierto que los sedimentos tapen los ojos de agua del estero, disminuyendo la cantidad y calidad del agua para la comunidad.
(72) See John Beshears et al., The Importance of Default Options for Retirement Saving Outcomes: Evidence from the USA (arguing that lower participation in opt-in savings plans is a result of the complexity of making an optimal savings plan decision), in LESSONS FROM PENSION REFORMS IN THE AMERICAS 59, 74-75 (Stephen Kay & Tapen Sinha eds.