Caro


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Caro

n
1. (Biography) Sir Antony. 1924–2013, British sculptor, best known for his abstract steel sculptures
2. (Biography) Joseph (ben Ephraim) 1488–1575, Jewish legal scholar and mystic, born in Spain; compiler of the Shulhan Arukh (1564–65), the most authoritative Jewish legal code
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`My friend Knightley' had been so often mentioned, that I was really impatient to see him; and I must do my caro sposo the justice to say that he need not be ashamed of his friend.
E., and her caro sposo, and her resources, and all her airs of pert pretension and underbred finery.
May I come another day and just finish about the rendering of `Lungi dal caro bene'?"
Then she turned to Henrietta, and said, "How is your caro sposo?
'Susan from that moment wished and demanded that her mother, Caro, should give birth to a new baby.
"There are a number of anecdotes in Working that Caro has shared before -- after all, his books are so comprehensive that it only makes sense for, say, Means of Ascent, the second book in the Johnson series, to include a section on how Caro tracked down Luis Salas, a former voting official who confessed to helping Johnson steal the 1948 Senate election," added Szalai.
Caro Emerald and producers Grandmono have fashioned their own niche, blending retro jazz with sampling and modern pop, starring Caro's exceptional vocals.
Initial investigation revealed that the motorboat Caro was running departed from the Barangay Caringo Island on April 16 to Barangay Masalong-salong, Mercedes, Camarines Norte to attend a wedding.
'There was an unforgettable incident when I was nearly gang raped by a group of nationals there,' Caro recalled her incident before Geslani, adding that the horror of the incident was still vivid in her mind.