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Examples of "alzar"
Alzar is a Spanish verb which translates to “to rise,” “to elevate,” “to lift,” or “to boost.” It is used in many different expressions, such as alzar el vuelo (to take flight), alzar la carpa (to pitch a tent), alzar la vela (to set sail). As a verb, it indicates action, and Alzar School students are full of action.
The Alzar School campus is located on the North Fork of the Payette River, in Valley County, Idaho. The campus has over 1 mile of river frontage and is just downstream of Kelly's Whitewater Park.
During a semester at the Alzar School, students live at the 100-acre campus in Cascade, Idaho and spend six weeks living abroad in Chile. Students participate in significant outdoor expeditions, learning to whitewater kayak/raft, hike, rock climb, surf, ski/snowboard, and more. Additionally, they study their traditional academic courses (Science, Math, History, English, Spanish, etc.).
23 candidates competed with Karen Loren Agustin proclaimed as the Bb. Pilipinas-Universe, and crowned by the 2001 titleholder, Zorayda Ruth Andam. Katherine Ann Manalo was chosen as Bb. Pilipinas World and was crowned by Bb. Pilipinas-World 2001 Gilrhea Quinzon as the Philippine representative to Miss World, while Kristine Alzar was crowned Bb. Pilipinas-International 2002 by previous year's winner, Maricarl Tolosa.
A total of 27 Candidates competed with Carla Gay Balingit proclaimed as Bb. Pilipinas-Universe 2003, and crowned by 2002 titleholder Karen Loren Agustin. Maria Rafaela Yunon as Bb. Pilipinas World and was crowned by Bb. Pilipinas-World 2002 Katherine Anne Manalo as the Philippine representative to Miss World, while Jhezarie Javier was crowned Bb. Pilipinas-International 2003 by previous year's winner, Kristine Alzar.
Similarly, Nick of "Steel Toe Records" said it was "one of [his] favorite Toy Dolls albums" in a 1997 interview with Algar, to which Alzar made "a puzzled face". When Nick asked him if "Orcastrated" was "a success in terms of your opinion and fan response?", Algar replied "Not really, but our new one, "One More Megabyte" is really nice."
The Camp Cup Challenge is a whitewater paddling event involving several summer camps from North Carolina and other states. The Camp Cup Challenge is put on by the Alzar School and hosted by Nantahala Outdoor Center on the Nantahala River. The event is an opportunity for young paddlers to meet and develop friendships with like-minded youths, and gives kids a venue in which to build a community of active, engaged, and enthusiastic peers. Event highlights include a beginner-friendly slalom race on the Nantahala Bridge Gates as well as a downriver race through Nantahala Falls. Many students have joined the Alzar School because they attended the Camp Cup and learned about the semester program.
The Alzar School is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that was founded in 2004 by Kristin Bierle and Sean Bierle. From 2007-2011, the school offered 3-week expeditions to Idaho/California, Mexico, and Chile. These expeditions included service projects such as improving the playground at an orphanage in Chile, hauling school supplies into a remote rural school in Mexico, and working with the US Forest Service to do ecological projects in California and Idaho. The founding instructors of Alzar School have done many annual trips to foreign countries with young adult leaders. The students and instructors go through interview-like process to see if they are right for the excursion group. The bonds that have formed from working together have kept past members connected across city, state, and national lines.
It is believed that Torre d'en Malla was a Roman villa, later called "Villa Alzar", which defended the intersection of Via Augusta, which led to Martorell, with the Roman road from Barcelona to Vic, via Caldes de Montbui. Its main function was to defend the road and pedestrians, and its secondary function was farming, assigned to a retired general of the Roman army. More recently it was the residence of the owner of the Spanish brewery Damm.
The Alzar School is a semester school based in Cascade, Idaho that serves high school sophomores and juniors. The mission of school is to educate and facilitate the leadership development of high school students. It is built upon the "Six Foundations" of Academics, Leadership Training, Outdoor Adventure, Cultural Exchange, Service Learning, and Environmental Stewardship. The school is accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission which is an accreditation division of AdvancED.
The Perodua Alza is a compact MPV produced by Perodua aimed at young families. It is a second attempt in re-badging MPV after Perodua Rusa. It is a badge engineering of the Daihatsu Boon Luminas and Toyota Passo Sette, which was launched in Japan earlier in late 2008, it uses a de-tuned 1.5-litre Toyota Avanza and Daihatsu Terios engine but equipped the Daihatsu's DVVT not the Toyota's VVT-i. The name is derived from the Spanish verb "alzar", which means "to raise". The name came from an internal competition held amongst Perodua's staff during the car's development phase.