Azogue

A`zo´gue


n.1.(Mining) Lit.: Quicksilver
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Se basa, por un lado, en el azogue, descubierto en las minas de Huancavelica cerca de Cusco, y por otro lado, en la corrupcion judicial al relacionar un oidor con una cabra con barba.
Carta del Marques de Villar, virrey de Lima, a este Real Audiencia: Meridale apoyar a Juan Ortiz de Zarate en la visits de las reales cajas de Potosi y el cobra de las deudas de azogue a los deurios de minas e ingenios [in Spanish].
La inversion de capital en las minas de Zacatecas estuvo garantizada por el estado colonial a traves de subsidios a los insumos, tales como el azogue y los alimentos.
Como negar tu voz si en el espejo de un jardin milenario agua y azogue se confunden?
The discovery of a large 'ox-hide altar' in one of the chapels of the sanctuary seems to be the key to understanding the diffusion of this religious symbol during the orientalising period and its persistence in Iberian society until at least the fifth century BC (Fernandez Flores & Rodriguez Azogue 2005).
I've got a whole mess of problems I could take up with the santero, but I'm here in search of azogue, highly toxic mercury or quicksilver, which is traditionally prescribed by santeros for various problems and is an ingredient in some of those "spiritual baths.
Forty percent of the Latinos in the Lawrence area knew about azogue or used it themselves.
Metallic mercury is sold under the name azogue in stores (sometimes called botanicas) that specialize in religious items used in Esperitismo, Santeria, and voodoo.
One of the things that goes in there is like a kilo de azogue [a Spanish word for mercury].
TeleAmazonas is a 24-hour Ecuadorian TV network offering exclusive home match coverage of more than 50 percent of "Series A" Ecuadorian National Soccer League teams -- including Barcelona, Universidad Catolica, Liga Universitaria de Quito, Deportivo Espoli, Deportivo Azogues, Olmedo and Club Tecnico Universitario.
US funding also helped establish four new local citizen oversight groups to measure the quality of administration of justice in the cities of Ibarra, Manta, Azogues, and Guayaquil.