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En segundo lugar, recupera el frasco con el cerebro de Dario--extirpado por el Sabio Debayle para medirlo y estudiarlo, segun las teorias frenologicas de la epoca--de manos del mayor Appleton, comandante de policia de Leon.
Francisco de Villagra fue el capitan experimentado y sabio a la hora de dar consejos a sus subalternos, ademas de impartir confianza en medio del 'panico y la derrota.
Elaborado em poucas palavras, de maneira ritmada, na maioria das vezes com bom humor, ora expressando satira ou critica, ora configurando-se como sabios conselhos ou principios de conduta, o proverbio, enunciado falso ou verdadeiro, e em si universal, pode se adaptar aos paises e idiomas, cada um a sua maneira e cultura.
11) Nella Aita, O Codice Florentino das Cantigas do Rey Affonso, o Sabio (Rio de Janeiro: Litho-Typ.
They pleaded guilty to conspiring to defeat the ends of justice by setting fire to the court on January 5 last year in a bid to prevent an indictment against Ferguson and Sabio being called.
Lassarte de Tovar, Gregorio, Las Siete Partidas del Sabio rey don Alfonso el Nono, nuevamente glosadas por .
discreto (discreet), inteligente (intelligent), cortes (polite), sabio (wise), etc.
Arroyo may request Congress to kick off discussions on how to change the 1987 Constitution when she delivers her State of the Nation Address during Congress' formal opening in July, said Camilo Sabio, Arroyo's adviser on constitutional reform, in an interview before last week's proclamation of Arroyo's victory in the May 10 presidential election.
Alfonso X of Castile, el sabio, is best known among literary scholars as a poet (in Galician) and as a patron of works in the fields of historiography and science among others.
A queste vanno aggiunte due probabili edizioni veneziane, una del 1531 dell'editore Sessa, e una del 1535 dell'editore Sabio.
The Cronica version, as noted above, was inserted directly into one of the first Spanish national histories, written at the request of Alfonso el Sabio and replacing the history of his namesake Alfonso I.
The 17-year-old is accused of killing Felix Sabio during a car-jacking outside his Houston home earlier this year.