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EX-Z3; EX-S100; EX-S1; EX-Z55; EX-P700; EX-M2; Exilim; Exlim; Exslim; EX-Z57; Casio EX-P505; EX-Z60; EX-Z40; EX-S770; EX-S600; EX-Z77; EX-V8; Casio EX-Z850; EX-F1; CASIO EX-F1; Casio EXILIM; EX-Z850; EX-P505; EX-Z750; EX-V7; EX-S10; EX-Z1080; EX-P600; EX-Z50; EX-S500; EX-Z4; EX-Z70; EX-Z110; EX-Z75; EX-Z1050; EX-Z600; EX-FH20; EX-Z1000; EX-Z700; EX-Z120; EX-S880; EX-Z500; EX-Z1200; EX-M1; EX-Z5; EX-S3; EX-Z30; EX-Z9; EX-S2; EX-Z80; EX-Z12; EX-Z10; EX-Z100; EX-Z200; EX-H10; EX-H15; EX-Z800; EX-ZR200; EX-Z330; EX-FS10; EX-ZR100; Casio EX-Z70; Casio Exilim EX-Z70; Exilim EX-Z70; EX-S200; EX-Z33; EX-ZS6
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Ramon Gomez de la Serna         
Ramon Gomez de la Serna; Ramon Gómez de la Serna
n. Ramon Gomez de la Serna, (1888-1963) scrittore e drammaturgo spagnolo
La Fontaine         
  • Jean-Antoine Houdon's bust of the fabulist at Vaux-le-Vicomte
  • Jean de La Fontaine, Fables choises, 1755–59 at [[Waddesdon Manor]]
  • Portrait of La Fontaine attributed to [[François de Troy]]
  • Title page, vol. 2 of La Fontaine's ''Fables choisies'', 1692 ed.
  • Facsimile of one of the very few manuscripts by Jean de La Fontaine
  • A scene from La Fontaine's story ''Le Gascon Puni'' by [[Nicolas Lancret]], [[Musée du Louvre]]
  • An illustration of " Les Médecins " (Fable V.12) by Gustave Doré, 1866
Jean de la Fontaine; La Fontaine; Jean de la fontaine; Jean de Lafontaine
n. La Fontaine (autore di fiabe francese)
La Paz         
  • The [[Alasitas]] yearly fair, where people buy miniature gifts and  pray to the God of prosperity, [[Ekeko]]
  • Witches' Market]] in the city center, a popular spot for tourists
  • The [[Mi Teleférico]] transit network is the largest aerial cable car urban transit system in the world.
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  • The main toll of the La Paz-El Alto highway, connecting La Paz with [[El Alto]]
  • Basilica of San Francisco]], built in 1743
  • Mariscal Santa Cruz Avenue, La Paz
  • View of La Paz between 1909 and 1920
  • A hazy and mild weather day during the dry winter season. Due to its geographical location and altitude, La Paz has an unusual climate with dry winters and rainy summers.
  • The Southern District is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in La Paz.
  • Calle Jaén in the historic center of La Paz.
  • Metropolitan Cathedral
  • The Paseo del Prado, one of the main avenues in the city center
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  • Daniel Nuñez del Prado 1865
  • [[El Alto International Airport]]
  • Geological formations of the Valle de las Animas, in the southeastern neighborhoods of the city
  • Hernando Siles Stadium]]
  • Obrajes in the Southern District.
  • The [[Illimani]] dominates the skyline of La Paz, which has a mountainous topography
  • La Paz gets its main water supply from nearby lakes fed by the glaciers of the Andes Mountains
  • Plaza Murrillo]], the city's main square, seen in 1987
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  • Palace of Justice in central La Paz.
  • [[Tiwanaku]] Square in front of the football stadium
  • The Palace of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly
  • Municipal Theatre of La Paz.
  • The La Paz Bus Station
  • Puma]], National Museum of Archeology
  • Buildings in [[Sopocachi]], on the 1st District (Cotahuma).
La Paz, Bolivia; Chuquiago; La paz; La Paz (Bolivia); UN/LOCODE:BOLPB; Lapaz; Chukuta; Nuestra Señora de La Paz; Administrative capital of Bolivia; American Cooperative School La Paz; Chukiyawu; Ciudad de La Paz
n. La Paz (città nella Bolivia occidentale)


ex officio
a (ex oh-fish-ee-oh)dj. Latin for "from the office," to describe someone who has a right because of an office held, such as being allowed to sit on a committee simply because one is president of the corporation.


Casio Exilim

Exilim is a brand of digital cameras introduced in 2002 by Casio.

The Exilim Card series was notably thinner than other small digital cameras at the time of its introduction, typically 10–15 millimetres thick compared to other manufacturers' comparable models that were 25–35 millimeters thick. This sparked competition to make slimmer compact digital cameras, with other manufacturers bringing out lines of comparably thin cameras from 2004.

On April 24, 2018, Casio ceased the production of its digital cameras, including the Exilim brand following the loss of some 500 million yen that ended in March 2017.