Cristobal Colon


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Noun1.Cristobal Colon - Italian navigator who discovered the New World in the service of Spain while looking for a route to China (1451-1506)Cristobal Colon - Italian navigator who discovered the New World in the service of Spain while looking for a route to China (1451-1506)
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Rosa asserts that, "the man we call Christopher Columbus was actually named Cristobal Colon and an Italian publication printed in Rome, April 1493, is responsible for modifying the explorer's name to 'Columbo' and spreading that wrong name worldwide.
The plant will generate 30 megawatts of electricity using bagasse, a byproduct of the sugar manufacturing process, from the Cristobal Colon sugar mill in San Pedro de Macoris.
Cristobal Colon, "primer inventor e descubridor e almirante destas Indias" (Historia, I: 14-15), no podia ser culpable de la muerte de estos marineros, de modo que seria razonable pensar que el juicio de Oviedo caeria irremediablemente sobre los indigenas.
Perhaps we were at the great Parisian fish restaurant Prunier, an eatery Mary was so fond of, she persuaded the management to sell her a set of their plates that she mailed to Cuba; or there at the Finca enjoying a home cooked meal served on those Prunier plates, with Ernest's longhaired tabby cat, Cristobal Colon, sitting in front of his master waiting to share the delicate dorado caught by Ernest the day before in his beloved fishing boat, Pilar, as he and mate Gregorio Fuentes trolled the Gulf Stream.
Reynolds incluso sugiere que el autor del Coloquio pudo haber conocido el texto de Lope de Vega El Nuevo Mundo descubierto por Cristobal Colon (1598-1603; 1614) del cual tomo el nombre que le asigna al dios tlaxcalteca -todo esto apoyandose, claro esta, en un par de docenas de versos de la obra de Lope que aparecen integros en la obra novohispana (178-81)-.
Roselia Nicolas says that her husband Cristobal Colon, 46, a farm laborer, took the bus in Pacorral, a tiny village in the municipality of Tecpan, Chimaltenango, where the couple lived with their 12 children, and was on his way to a local bank to pay the last installment of a small loan.
Antiguedades Mexicanas Homenaje a la Memoria de Cristobal Colon en el Cuarto Centenario del Descubrimiento de America (Mexico, 1892)
FISC Jacksonville and CTF 43 personnel were co-located at various locations throughout Panama including the Tocumen International Airport, Vasco Nunez de Balboa and Cristobal Colon to ensure the smooth movement of personnel and materials throughout the exercise.
First-class buses run frequently from Mexico's major cities to San Cristobal de las Casas, arriving at the Cristobal Colon station, a short ride to center city.
Portuguese sailor Cristobal Colon (Christopher Columbus) was so convinced that he set off in 1492 to sail westwards to India.
De manera que mas de 500 anos despues de que Cristobal Colon trajera el tuberculo de las Americas a Espana, Lamb Weston ha reposicionado el lugar de la batata o papa dulce en Europa con Sweet Potato Strips (tiras de batata) que no solamente son sabrosas y faciles de hacer, sino que tambien son saludables de corner y tienen una increible versatilidad.