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The Collaborative International Dictionary
Solus \So"lus\, masc. a., Sola \So"la\, fem. a.[L.] Alone; -- chiefly used in stage directions, and the like.
Sola \So"la\, a. [L., fem. of solus.] See Solus.
n. (alternative form of shola English)
Sola is a municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. It is located in the traditional district of Jæren. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Solakrossen. Other villages include Tananger, Hålandsmarka, Sørnes, and Stenebyen. Stavanger Airport is located in Sola, just a short distance from the large Stavanger/Sandnes metropolitan area. There are about 26,096 residents in the municipality of Sola as of 2016.
Sola is a municipality in the county of Rogaland, Norway. __NOTOC__ Sola may also refer to:
The Soła is a river in southern Poland, a right tributary of the Vistula.
Soła originates in the Western Beskids mountain range near the border with Slovakia. It is made up of the confluence of several small creeks at the village of Rajcza. It runs downhill northeastwards through Żywiec Basin to the towns of Żywiec and Kęty, forming the border between the Silesian and the Żywiec Beskids. After , the Soła empties into the Vistula River after having passed the town of Oświęcim.
The river flows within metres of the Auschwitz concentration camp. The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum informs that the human ashes and ground bones of those murdered there were sometimes dumped into the river.
Soła flows through or near the following settlements: Rajcza, Milówka, Cisiec, Węgierska Górka, Cięcina, Radziechowy, Wieprz, Żywiec, Tresna, Czernichów, Międzybrodzie Żywieckie, Międzybrodzie Bialskie, Porąbka, Czaniec, Kobiernice, Kęty, Nowa Wieś, Hecznarowice, Bielany, Łęki, and Oświęcim.
Sola is a Japanese work originally conceived by Naoki Hisaya (main writer of Kanon) with original character design by Naru Nanao (designer of D.C.: Da Capo). Sola is a mixed media project, first unveiled through the prologue of the manga featured in the Japanese manga magazine Dengeki Daioh on December 21, 2006, published by MediaWorks. The manga, which is illustrated by Chako Abeno, ended serialization on February 21, 2008. The manga has been licensed for distribution in North America by Broccoli Books with the first volume being released in June 2008. A short drama CD which also served as a prologue to the series was released at Comiket 71 in December 2006, and a second drama CD was released in May 2008. An anime version aired in Japan between April and June 2007; the anime contained thirteen episodes, and two additional DVD-exclusive episodes followed. The anime was licensed by Bandai Entertainment for distribution in North America in a subtitle-only box set of all fifteen episodes. The title, Sola, is close in pronunciation to the Japanese word . At the end of 2007, Japanese anime fans voted Sola as the best anime of the year.
"Sola" is a song by Colombian reggaeton singer J Balvin. It was released as the third single from his debut studio album La Familia (2013) on June 7, 2013. The song incorporates the sound of traditional reggaeton and R&B. "Sola" became fifth number-one hit in Colombia ( National-Report).
"Sola" is a song performed by Italian singer Francesca Michielin. The song was released as a digital download on 31 August 2012 through Sony Music Entertainment Italy as the lead single from her debut studio album Riflessi di me (2012). The song peaked to number 13 on the Italian Singles Chart.
SOLA is a single of the Mexican grouping Beach Limbo that was published on 22 January 2016 in digital platforms, belongs to the re-edition of the album Of Days and of Nights.
Usage examples of "sola".
Chiare fresche a dolce aque Ove le belle membra Pose colei the sola a me pay donna.
CHAPTER XV SOLA TELLS ME HER STORY When consciousness returned, and, as I soon learned, I was down but a moment, I sprang quickly to my feet searching for my sword, and there I found it, buried to the hilt in the green breast of Zad, who lay stone dead upon the ochre moss of the ancient sea bottom.
I fired until my rifle was empty and they were almost upon me, and then a glance showing me that Dejah Thoris and Sola had disappeared among the hills, I sprang up, throwing down my useless gun, and started away in the direction opposite to that taken by Sola and her charge.
Lucos ac nemora consecrant deorumque nominibus appellant secretum illud, quod sola reverentia vident.
It was now that Tars Tarkas for the first time learned that his daughter, Sola, had accompanied Dejah Thoris upon the last long pilgrimage.
Salomone, ut de Hebionis opinione credendus erat Ergo iam dei filius ex patris dei semine, id est spiritu, ut esset et hominis filius, caro ei sola competebat ex hominis carne sumenda sine viri semine.
A choir of men, hundreds, singing praises to the God of Solas, The Steel Armed One, chanting ARAS, ARAS, ARAS!
The two most famous lines are a procession of negatives:- Ibant obscuri sola sub nocte per umbram, Perque domos Ditis vacuas et inania regna.
Con la manía que tiene de no mirarme, se puso a recoger los tazones, y le dijo al cocinero, vulgo al Enemigo del Hombre, que, para lidiar con marmotas como él, más le valía conchavarme a mí y hacer el trabajo ella sola.
Una sola vez lo vieron mis ojos, pero no olvidaré el cabello muy negro, los pómulos salientes, la ávida nariz y la boca, los anchos hombros, la fuerte osatura de viking.
Parcheggiai la macchina, mangiai in uno di quei miserabili piccoli caffè - cena fredda, servizio mediocre, una ragazza con la faccia ulcerata che parlava da sola in un angolo - e andai via.
La señora de Jáuregui no articuló una sola palabra: acaso ya no sabía quién era.
Non portava una sola traccia di trucco, aumentando così l'impressione di una donna in bilico sul ciglio dell'abisso.
The Auschwitz Interest Area of the SS spreads over some forty square kilometers of greenery and woodland, at the confluence of the Sola and the Vistula, where the Vistula begins its long meander north to Warsaw and the Baltic Sea.
Males between sixteen and sixty were being taken out and herded off to makeshift training camps, by solas themselves past retirement age or with only fuzz on their cheeks, or wounds not quite bad enough to keep them bedbound or addled.