mampara

mampara

(mamˈpɑːrə)
n
1. a foolish person; idiot
2. obsolete an incompetent worker
[of unknown origin]
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Sexto, la declaracion ha de hacerse con una mampara separadora, de forma que el Juez, el Secretario Judicial, el Fiscal, el o los abogados, la acusacion particular (si la hubiere), el psicologo y/o psiquiatra forense puedan ver, a la vez, a las presuntas victimas y agresor, sin que ellos puedan cruzar miradas (en alguna direccion intimidatorias).
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You fokken blerry mampara,' van Vuuren hissed, 'how many times have I told you to steer off trouble?
Los estructurales son los que forman parte de la propia estructura de la sala (paredes plomadas, mamparas fijas, etc.
Originally Campos wanted to title her novel, "Behind Closed Shutters" (Sus mamparas siempre estan cerradas) or "The Card Game" (Una partida de brisca) (Picon-Garfield 87).