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En el momento en que Lopez Velarde escribio La suave patria habia tambien una situacion muy violenta, como la que actualmente vivimos en Mexico.
Suave Dancer brought Hammond to the top of his profession.
El segundo describira lo que los estudiosos identifican como caracteristica del poder suave europeo; el tercero examinara lo mismo para el caso chino.
Company officials say they plan to resist deep price promotions on Suave products that might provide short-term gains but destroy the category's value over time.
This idea of the true believer, whose manifesto is his art, has always given the suave Angelico a radical edge not afforded his supposedly more worldly contemporaries.
With chapters like Jovenes, Romanticos, and Street Smart, Suave covers the full range of Latin male style and sophistication and pays homage to those men who are changing the way America defines male.
Asked to compare Montjeu with Suave Dancer, who went on to to win the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, English-born Hammond smiled: "This is a terrific start.
Suave and sensitive eligible men say they are looking for Ms.
CINCINNATI -- To leverage the launch of its SilkTouch[TM] technology, Downy invites consumers to celebrate softness by dancing through Downy events and the contest "Baila SAbele al Suave.
Ned Porteous, 25, who was Mark Fowler Jr in EastEnders, plays suave businessman Tom Waterhouse.
He noted that silicones are used in many Suave conditioners to work as well as salon brands, a positioning that the Suave Professionals line took in 2011.