Canso


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Can·so

 (kăn′sō), Strait of also Gut of
A narrow channel between Cape Breton Island and the northeast mainland of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Canso

(ˈkænsəʊ)
n
1. (Placename) a cape in Canada, at the NE tip of Nova Scotia
2. (Placename) Strait of Canso Gut of Canso a channel in Canada, between the Nova Scotia mainland and S Cape Breton Island

Can•so

(ˈkæn soʊ)

n.
1. Cape, a cape in SE Canada, the NE extremity of Nova Scotia.
2. Strait of. Also called Gut of Canso. a channel in SE Canada that separates mainland Nova Scotia from Cape Breton Island, flowing NW from the Atlantic Ocean to Northumberland Strait. ab. 17 mi. (27 km) long and 1 mi. (1.6 km) wide.
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Caption: Outgoing ICAO Council President, Roberto Kobeh Gonzalez (centre), receives a special award from CANSO DG, Jeff Poole (far left), ACIDG, Angela Gittens (second from left), IATA DG, Tony Tyler (second from right).
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Sirventes were frequently based upon the rime or metrical structure or melody of a pre-existing song, generally a canso (a love song); they are but one indicator of a broader and even older troubadour practice that Torn Gruber has dubbed a "dialectics," in which a troubadour may take up with subtle alterations a sequence of keywords, a rime pattern, or a metrical scheme used by another, in order either to link his song to the preexistent one, or to revise its themes.
porque estou canso de ver a cara de parvo que ten, que parece apalominado, me cago nil, que burro, ai, que burro" ("I am getting tired of having, Chevrolet's son, in the first row, with his blank face, because I am tired of watching his stupid face, he looks like an idiot, God darn him, he is stupid, he is stupid", p.
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La calidad de la experiencia para el consumidorsigue siendo un componente critico, no me canso de remarcarlo.