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  1. Miranda

    Miranda is one of the 23 states into which Venezuela is divided. It is ranked second in population among Venezuelan states after Zulia State. As of June 30, 2010, it has approximately 2,987,968 residents. It also has the greatest Human Development Index in Venezuela, according to the Venezuelan National Institute of Statistics. Miranda is also an important center for political, economic, cultural and commercial activities. The state relies on a government of 21 municipal mayorships and one governor. Miranda State covers a total surface area of 7,950 km².

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Miranda in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Miranda in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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  1. The Door:

    The Door Christian Fellowship McAllen Church did not ask for, or receive, a license from the producers or creators of' Alexander Hamilton' to produce, stage, replicate or alter any part of' Hamilton' ; nor did we seek prior permission to alter Lin-Manuel Miranda's work by changing the music, the lyrics, deleting songs, and adding dialogue.

  2. Blake Shelton:

    They paired me with Miranda, and we were on stage for rehearsal, and I don't know, something just happened, and we both knew it.

  3. Garth Brooks:

    I really like Miranda Lambert because she's understanding that she's putting together a catalog for the ages.

  4. Blake Shelton:

    I don't even know who's singing. That's just the god's honest truth, i know Miranda is and I always look forward to that.

  5. Fred Trump:

    That is such a lie, and by our friend, Mr. Miranda, who has been lying to us since we hired him…

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    a small contrasting part of something
    • A. maculation
    • B. jocularity
    • C. epiphora
    • D. rung

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