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  • Ana Buceta Rodríguez (born 4 December 1992) is a Spanish football who plays as a midfielder for Segunda División Pro club Málaga CF. Previously she played
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  • only a lower cutaway. SingleCut Beersmiths was founded in 2012 by Rich Buceta, who sold his sold his collection of vintage guitars to finance the brewery
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  • Tetrahedron Lett. 13 (49): 5035–5038. doi:10.1016/S0040-4039(01)85162-5. Perea Buceta, Jesus E.; Fernández, Israel; Heikkinen, Sami; Axenov, Kirill; King, Alistair
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  • Macintyre gives the name as José Antonio Rey María; Smyth gives it as José Buceta Flores. The removal of the two experienced panzer divisions reduced German
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  • "two of my favorite things, but don't call me 'Bundeta'" (reference to "buceta" and "bunda" – in Portuguese, vulgar slang for vagina and buttocks respectively)
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  • also the center of construction companies such as San Jose or Balboa and Buceta. Pontevedra is well provided with quality private (like Quirón Hospital)
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  • Luperón Gaspar Polanco Santiago Rodríguez Furcy Fondeur Isabel II Manuel Buceta [es] Pedro Santana José de la Gándara Strength 30,000 63,000 Casualties
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  • Manuel Buceta del Villar 1856: José Muñoz (interim) 1856–1858: José Morcillo y Ezquerra 1858: Francisco Ceballos (interim) 1858–1860: Manuel Buceta del Villar
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  • progressive liberal military and civic revolt in Madrid, led by colonel Manuel Buceta 1854 : successful revolutionary coup in Madrid, led by general Leopoldo
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  • Loupan Nego Catra Loupan Best Title Transa ao Tom de Cinza A Culpa é das Bucetas Fight for fuck Loucuras de Casal [Des] Conectados La casa de Raquel Best
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  • Farfán 34 MF Nora GK Inés Fernández GK Noelia Gil MF Ayano Dozono MF Ana Buceta FW Edna Imade FW Judith Acosta FW Claudia García FW Carol González FW Cintia
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  • the Wayback Machine http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/0295-5075/64/5/620/ Buceta J, Galeano J (May 2005). "Comments on the article "The universal dynamics
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  • FIBA zone FIBA Europe National federation British Basketball Coach Jose Buceta Olympic Games Appearances 1 (2012) Women's World Cup Appearances None EuroBasket
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  • the Olympic squad due to Yolanda Moliné's injury, but head coach Chema Buceta didn't give her the chance to play because of her denial to join the team
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  • Round of 16 Conti 10 2011–12 1ª 5th Putellas 15 2012–13 1ª 4th Semifinals Buceta 10 2013–14 1ª 5th Semifinals Casado, O. García 6 2014–15 1ª 5th Quarterfinals
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  • Marina Ferragut Elisabeth Cebrian Carlota Castrejana Head Coach: José Maria Buceta Men's Light Flyweight (— 48 kg) Rafael Lozano First Round — Defeated Abram
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  • Rodríguez-Moñino wondered how it could ever have been printed (18), and Erasmo Buceta considered it to be one of the two most obscene poems in Castilian literature
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  • Balagtas’ former town site, now known as Bigaang Matanda. Father Manuel Buceta, minister of Balagtas in 1738, 1751 and 1754 repaired the church and built
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  • Chema Buceta three friendlies 1979–1984 54 24 30 .444 María Planas 10th 1980 EuroBasket 11th 1983 EuroBasket 1985–1992 177 91 86 .514 Chema Buceta 10th
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  • de Magalhães Pessoa e Fragoso 5 April 1965 Ambassador General Humberto Buceta Martins 30 April 1966 José Estevão Abranches Couceiro do Canto Moniz 9 September
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  • See also: Buceta Galician Wikipedia has an article on: buceta Wikipedia gl A diminutive derivation from Old Norse buza (“a type of merchant ship”). IPA(key):

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