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Plantas herbaceas o lenosas, a menudo trepadoras, volubles,
?Es la flexibilidad una manera de adaptarse a una realidad escurridiza y voluble? ?Constituye el deseo de independencia un desafio al poder y a los canones establecidos?
En Dietario voluble (2008), se encuentra un conjunto de relaciones tanto culturales como sociales que, vinculadas con su proyecto de escritura, permiten una estructura narrativa mucho mas compleja.
Virgil is hardly a talkative character in previous novels, but in the present one is more voluble. Despite those reservations, it is a well-told story, and is recommended.
It is a political pressure group with a voluble chairman.
Don't underestimate India's bandwidth penetration, some politicians are voluble, others are reflective.
Lest anyone be fearful of witnessing such a spectacle I hasten to add the voluble ATR man isn't in the shower.
Worried about being laughed at or pounded by big kids, having his lunch stolen, and other hazards, a voluble lad tries to follow the rules laid down by his older and more experienced brother.
The 6,000 fans in the velodrome were typically voluble in their support of Clancy, but Hansen was not sidetracked by their support.
"He is not as voluble as Rio but he influences a lot of things and his own performances are good.
Listen for that nervous and voluble confluence, that harmony that
"Nino genio de 63 anos" lo llama Adriana Garcia, frase que lo describe muy bien porque ambas cosas convivian en su temperamento voluble. Asertivo a la hora de llamar a las cosas por su nombre, al igual que Carlos Monsivais, sus escritos son un legado de consulta especializada que los hizo cronistas de su tiempo.