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SULTAN. The title of the Turkish sovereign and other Mahometan princes.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Soldan grew up in and around Youngstown, Ohio, with brief stints in Columbus; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and the hills of southern Oregon.
<p class="textbox" dir="ltr">Soldan's Pet Supplies Business Development Manager Nikki Soldan states Soldan's "offers premium shampoo, conditioner, cologne, ear cleaner, a high velocity blow dryer, brushes, combs, bows and, of course, treats."
O farmaco praziquantel e o antiparasitario mais usado, com bons indices de cura (SOLDAN et al., 2011).
It spun a tale about a young woman named Francisca, whose intent it was to "prove herself a woman, the man a child." Other major characters included Lieutenant Soldan, a recent graduate of the military academy, and William Marshal, who would win Francisca's affection in the end.
McOndo fue el nombre ironico con el que el chileno Alberto Fuguet bautizo a la nueva generacion, que reunia a escritores cosmopolitas como el mismo o el argentino Rodrigo Fresan (1963) o la puertorriquena Giannina Braschi (1953) o el boliviano Edmundo Paz Soldan (1967).