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Su antecedente directo se encuentra en el libro El argot, entre Espana y Colombia.
Argot Partners will relocate from a 4,293 s/f on the 29th floor to the entire 34th floor of the building, increasing its footprint by more than 3,000 s/f.
Estos seis temas que hoy deseamos ventilar a la luz del nuevo milenio, cuyos rayos apenas comienzan a desprenderse del candor del amanecer, configuran fenomenos que en el argot de la prospectiva denominamos "factores de inercia" porque son tendencias que se gestaron en el pasado y que comienzan a ganar fuerza y a crecer en el presente, pero que siguen su camino hacia el futuro.
17 walk-through, the shop was prepping work for the American Music Awards' individual stage performance areas--"act looks" in the argot of set-builders--from which Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj would sing their hits six days later.
Eyez presents, in the argot of hip-hop, why "Indian" mascots are most inappropriate.
She would also want to see spreadsheets detailing the number and cost of salespeople, to understand how Twitter can "scale" across the world, in the tortured argot of VCs.
The first is written in a dense Marxist argot that focuses on the "real subsumption" of use-value into circuits of exchange.
Porque si este, por un lado, reivindica la dureza, el antisentimentalismo y la fuerza fisica como caracteristicas de un lexico que desafia la dominacion, por el otro impone un aristocratismo especifico que, por ejemplo, margina el mundo femenino (el cual, sin embargo, no es victima pasiva, sino que desarrolla sus propias estrategias tanto frente al argot masculinizado como ante la correccion linguistica mediante la cual pretenden diferenciarse los sectores dominantes).
Por el contrario, en otros grupos de mamiferos la morfologia postcraneal esta ampliamente estudiada y ha sido utilizada intensamente con fines taxonomicos y morfofuncionales (Howell, 1926; Hatt, 1932; Robert, 1974; Taylor, 1974, 1976; Evans, 1993; Gebo y Sargis, 1994; Argot, 2001, 2002, 2003; Sargis, 2001, 2002a,b; Morgan y Verzi, 2006; Candela y Picasso, 2008; Flores y Diaz, 2009; Morgan, 2009; Abello y Candela, 2010; Morgan y Verzi, 2011; entre otros) y mas limitadamente en estudios filogeneticos (Horovitz y Sanchez-Villagra, 2003; Giannini y Simmons, 2005; Flores, 2009).
The grapes are used for Kruse's Argot Wines, which makes about 2,000 cases.
My friends were so impressed with the genuineness suggested in the well-presented storyboard depiction of Iran leading to the 1979 revolution that they entirely missed the visual-vocal cinematographic argot employed during the rest of the 2-hour movie past those first few minutes; or the accuracy in details, and the spark used to ignite the latent jingoism in an American audience by making a "mostly Canadian" event, one of glorification to America and the illusory exceptionalism of her people.
Actually, it's circus talk--or, more technically, circus argot, argot being a specialized vocabulary used by a particular group for mutual bonding and private communication.