Pluma


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Plu´ma

    (plū´må)
n.1.(Zool.) A feather.
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Por otra parte, hay que indicar que este viaje a lo desconocido tambien, represento en la pluma de Allende, una puesta en escena de la naturaleza libre e independiente por parte de Ines.
Package 5 - set for transfusion pump infusion Hospira Pluma +
18) En la pluma de Gamboa el pasadizo vacio e inerte, mortal y distante se transforma en un lugar no solo habitable sino benigno y templado.
Cuando nos confrontamos con un guineo cuyas caracteristicas estilisticas y estructurales denotan que se trata de un escrito de "culta y academica pluma," es evidente que se trata de la obra de un villanciquero profesional.
John La Pluma says "men feel the loss" if their testosterone is lower than 220 to 350 ng/dl.
Sanitized AG, a specialist in the lasting hygiene protection of textiles and polymers, was honored with the Swiss Technology Award in the "Sustainable Leader" category for its new Sanitized Pluma technology.
O campo de velocidades resultante da injecao de gas inerte e controlado por caracteristicas da pluma que se forma acima do elemento injetor (Figura 1).
Michael Carruth, Ina Diles, Melissa Garza, James McQuinn, Steven Pluma, Jesse Strayer, Samuel Walker, Joan Wickersham, Alfred Williams
Regarding the covered involvement of the CIA in Latin American cultural magazines see Mudrovcic, Mundo Nuevo; also Claudia Gilman, Entre la pluma y el fusil.
The achievement of this hypnotic and dynamic effect is a sample of the refined technique of Oriza's ability to transform the unity of thin walls in flesh-like shapes such as the commissure of the lips as in Contenedor de Sonidos (Sounds Container), Caja de Pandora (Pandora's box), Pluma (Feather) which reveals explicit sexual references.
For example, Mexico had some early success with its Pluma Hidalgo appellation yet its subsequent efforts in both Chiapas and Veracruz have been far less promising.
As we climbed, the unmistakable zebra leaves of Planare pluma (Vriesea splendens var.