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delate

to bring a charge against; denounce; impeach.
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A figura aludida, mas simultaneamente nao representada, o fantasma da ficcao, e, nesse caso, o traidor ou o delator, que seria "el Gallego", personagem que nao aparece mas e mencionado pelo pai de Ernesto, a proposito de um encontro..."cita cantada".
Midweek we will see a whole slew of data from the US including GDP, capital goods and durable goods figures as well as PCE delator figures which usually give us the best read on the future direction of inflation.
Among Didelphidae were captured Didelphis aurita (13.8%), Gracilinanus microtarsus (9.2%) and Monodelphis kunsi (1.5%), and among Cricetidae were caught Akodon montensis (35.5%), Oligoryzomysfavescens (29.2%), Calomys cerqueirai (7.7%), Necromys lasiurus (1.5%), and Oxymycterus delator (1.5%).
The GDP delator measures the prices for all goods and services produced in New Zealand and, while it is more volatile than the CPI, it has recently also fallen to low levels.