Corrientes


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Cor·ri·en·tes

 (kôr′ē-ĕn′tĕs)
A city of northeast Argentina on the Paraná River and the Paraguay border. It was founded in 1588.

Corrientes

(Spanish koˈrrjentes)
n
(Placename) a port in NE Argentina, on the Paraná River. Pop: 340 000 (2005 est)

Cor•ri•en•tes

(ˌkɔr riˈɛn tɛs)

n.
a port in NE Argentina, on the Paraná River. 258,103.
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Even when he swam thousands of miles out of the Pacific and got to a place called Cape Corrientes (that was when he was coming back from Gough's Island), he found a few hundred mangy seals on a rock and they told him that men came there too.
Having finished our dinner, of hail-stricken meat, we crossed the Sierra Tapalguen; a low range of hills, a few hundred feet in height, which commences at Cape Corrientes.
1 in Lima, indigenous leaders from the Pastaza and Corrientes river valleys met in Congress with representatives from the Humala administration, including Ortiz and five other Cabinet ministers.
Most of the positive samples were from cattle in Corrientes and Entre Rms Provinces (Table).
CVC was also observed in Corrientes province, where species associated with citrus were studied (Beltran et al.
Meat products from animals slaughtered in Corrientes must be considered of very good quality, according to the characteristics of tenderness and intramuscular as well as cover fat percentages that meet high market demands.
This voice-type is known from males breeding in Corrientes and Santa Fe (Argentina).
In the Pacific, concern was raised that Hurricane Bud would hit the Southwestern coast of Mexico near the areas of Cabo Corrientes and Manzanillo, Mexico.
The Mexican government discontinued a hurricane warning along the central Pacific coastline from Manzanillo to Cabo Corrientes, downgrading it to a tropical storm warning.
No hay marionetas de pensamientos ajenos o poseidos que exorcizar: solo existen pensadores que reformulan, rechazan, retoman o pervierten las corrientes esteticocientificas locales y las del viejo mundo a las que se exponen y por las que se dejan permear.
Club Career Games: 692 Club Career Goals: 352 International Playing Career: Argentina (1977-1994) - 91 caps, 34 goals Management Career: Mandiyu de Corrientes (1994); Racing Club (1995); Argentina (2008-10); Al Wasl (since 2011).
The Norte Grande region includes the provinces of Catamarca, Corrientes, Chaco, Formosa, Jujuy, Misiones, Tucuman, Salta and Santiago del Estero.