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amigo

(əˈmigo)
n. a friend. (Spanish. Also a term of address.) Hey, amigo, let’s go somewhere for a drink.
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The versatility of the new Amigo system also allows for cross-platform use of different types of catheters and different mapping systems which greatly enhance treatment options.
d) A cantiga de amigo e facilmente associada a danca bem como as cantigas de romaria.
Wal-Mart's acquisition of Supermercados Amigo is contingent upon the approval of government authorities.
6 All entries must be received no later than August 31, 1997 at Jordan Amigo Competition, PO Box 6, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12 2HH
Ah, mi amigo, from always, maybe never we received the mirrors, the eruption of winter, and each time the greener our hallucinations, each time more visionary, the Era that destroys and reconstructs us.
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The kids aren't exposed to that much, and we've got professional set and lighting designers coming in and wanting to mentor them,'' says Amigo.
Unveiling the plans at an Insight Research conference in London, Compass Group global brand director, c-stores, Garry Craft said the Stopgap c-store brand, now at more than 100 sites in the UK, would be phased out within two years and replaced by Amigo.
AMIGO, owned by Sir Peter O'Sullevan, bids to complete a quick four-timer in the Call Bet Direct Free Handicap.
The Amigo supermarkets will continue to operate under the Amigo brand name.
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Created by educators and artists Henri ``Hank'' Amigo, Bob Arnold and John Balbuena, the play chronicles the life of Alone, a young man growing up in an abusive household, trying to steer the straight and narrow through a school mentoring program.
Puerto Rico's Justice Department argued that the retail giant's US$225 million purchase of Supermercados Amigo violated the island's antitrust laws: