Avellaneda


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A·vel·la·ne·da

 (ä-vĕl′yä-nĕ′dä, ä-vĕ′yä-, ä-vĕ′zhä-)
A city of eastern Argentina near Buenos Aires. It is an important commercial and industrial center.

Avellaneda

(Spanish aβeʎaˈneða)
n
(Placename) a city in E Argentina, an industrial suburb of Buenos Aires. Pop: 328 980 (2001)

A•ve•lla•ne•da

(ɑˌvɛ yɑˈnɛ ðɑ)

n.
a city in E Argentina, near Buenos Aires. 346,620.
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The alcalde of the village came by chance into the inn together with a notary, and Don Quixote laid a petition before him, showing that it was requisite for his rights that Don Alvaro Tarfe, the gentleman there present, should make a declaration before him that he did not know Don Quixote of La Mancha, also there present, and that he was not the one that was in print in a history entitled "Second Part of Don Quixote of La Mancha, by one Avellaneda of Tordesillas.
Walmart has been in Argentina since 1995, when it opened a store in Avellaneda, a port city on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina's capital city.
Attack: RM: Errico 19-21 7, Kowalski 17-19 5k, Klancnik 12-13 5k, Avellaneda 6-7 4k, Anderson 14-16 4 k, Slowik 5-7 3k, King 1-1 1k.
Para analizar el proceso de formacion estatal argentino, Rock y Lopez-Alves (2000) se concentraron en la consolidacion del poder y la autoridad central en los gobiernos de Bartolome Mitre, Nicolas Avellaneda y Julio Argentino Roca, el primero lider del Partido Liberal y los segundos del PAN; esta se llevo a cabo a partir de la guerra civil, la coercion y la creacion de vinculos politicos interregionales basados en el patronazgo y los subsidios.
Luego, el 5 de enero de 1947, el estadio se habilito para el partido de futbol entre el Veracruz y el Racing de Avellaneda, en el que el equipo jarocho derroto al visitante 2-1.
Avellaneda (Associate Professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.
El programa ya ha encontrado sustituto para Cristina, se trata del disenador catalan Juan Avellaneda, de 35 anos.
The films include: El hijo de la novia (2001) and Luna de Avellaneda (2004).
Alonso Fernandez de Avellaneda ha sido, probablemente, el mas conocido y acaso el no menos controvertido de los epigonos de la obra capital de Miguel de Cervantes.
Alain-Rene Lesage, who adapted Cervantes's novel into French, valued Avellaneda's continuation more than Cervantes's work, which is partly why Avellaneda's continuation was admired outside of the Spanish Peninsula in detriment to Cervantes: (9) "the esteem in which foreigners held the novel triggered rejection and suspicion among Spaniards, many of whom understood it as a critique of Spanish customs" (Alvarez Barrientos, "ElQuijote de Avellaneda 21).
LA LLUVIA DE CONMEMORACIONES en los ultimos cuatro anos (Novelas ejemplares, Ocho comedias, el Quijote II, la muerte de Cervantes y Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismundo) incluyo, casi a sensu contrario, la del "malo de la pelicula," Alonso Fernandez de Avellaneda y su Segundo tomo de don Quijote de la Mancha.
Stephen Gilman, el gran experto de Harvard de las letras espanolas, ha comparado en un estudio los escritos del "falso Quijote" de Avellaneda con los originales escritos de Cervantes.