eliche

eliche

(Italian ˈelike)
pl n
(Cookery) pasta in the form of spirals
[Italian: literally, propellers]
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Don Gaspar Mendez de Haro, marques de Eliche, le encargo la Venus del Espejo en 1651.
he tenido por bien de nombrar y nombro al Marques de eliche su hijo mi gentilhombre de camara y Montero mayor para que en virtud de la presente por sus ocupaciones exerza el dicho Marques la Alcaydia de la dicha Real casa de B.
Lenders have also been able to postpone dealing with bad loans on their books by extending and restructuring the debt, a course of action so common, the phrase used to describe it, "kicking the can down the road," has become a eliche in the industry.
His other patrons included the Marquis of Eliche, the Countess of Miranda, the Marquis of Leganes, Giovanni Battista Crescenzi, and Cardinal-Infante Don Fernando.
On the arguably more modern airplane of the Littorio, "sopra il Mediterraneo increspato in piccole onde spumeggianti, con le isole che fluttuavano, come in una carta geografica, in rilievo oleografico" (Bianchini 1126), the ragazza is literally kidnapped, "come presa in un turbinio di eliche," from her familiar world.
un duello aereo di due caccia da guerra con rombi e stridii mimati dalla voce: motori in picchiata, eliche forzate al massimo, bombe che esplodono, crepitii di mitraglia.
In addition, Buitoni are launching Eliche tricolore in cases of six.
Top selling shapes are penne rigate (quills), eliche (twists), conchinglie (shells), farfalle (bows) and tortiglioni (tubes).
A los mecenas citados como Spinola, Leganes y Aytona antes citados hay que anadir al Almirante de castilla, Monterrey, el marques del Carpio, y don Gaspar marques de Eliche, entre otros.
Buitoni Eliche with chopped ham and peas, topped with beaten egg and cooked in an omelette pan and finished with flat-leaf parsley.