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Lego

(ˈlɛɡəʊ)
n
(Games, other than specified) trademark a construction toy consisting of plastic bricks and other standardized components that fit together with studs
[C20: from Danish leg godt play well]
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Noun1.Lego - (trademark) a child's plastic construction set for making mechanical modelsLego - (trademark) a child's plastic construction set for making mechanical models
plaything, toy - an artifact designed to be played with
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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Trascendiendo el ejercicio individual de la busqueda de explicaciones causales a los eventos del entorno social, es posible que tales reglas de inferencia se constituyan en teorias legas, en la medida en que entran a formar parte del "conocimiento compartido" de una sociedad.
Se argumentara sobre la relevancia del estudio de las teorias legas y de un enfoque social del desarrollo para la comprension de las actitudes sociales, y el tipo de atribuciones causales y de responsabilidad que se ciernen sobre grupos sociales minoritarios, asi como las consecuencias que estas tienen en el contexto de las relaciones entre grupos socialmente relevantes en el contexto latinoamericano.
La evidencia existente sugiere que las teorias legas, es decir, las teorias que la gente usa en su vida diaria para explicar eventos en su entorno social (por ejemplo, Fletcher, 1995; Furnham, 1988; Heider, 1958; Hong et al.
LEGAS Series: Language, Media and Education Studies, 5) New York, Ottawa, and Toronto: LEGAS.
He has also edited Via terra: antologia di poesia neodialettale (1992), now available in a new edition with translations into English, edited by Achille Serrao, Luigi Bonaffini, and Justin Vitiello (New York, Legas, 1999).
Luigi Bonaffini, an experienced translator of modern Italian-language poets such as Campana, Luzi, and Sereni, is well-known for his work in the field of dialect poetry, including translations of Achille Serrao and Giose Rimanelli, and important anthologies such as Dialect Poetry of Southern Italy (New York, Legas, 1997).