Avellaneda


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A·vel·la·ne·da

 (ä-vĕl′yä-nĕ′dä, ä-vĕ′yä-, ä-vĕ′zhä-)
A city of eastern Argentina near Buenos Aires. It is an important commercial and industrial center.
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Avellaneda

(Spanish aβeʎaˈneða)
n
(Placename) a city in E Argentina, an industrial suburb of Buenos Aires. Pop: 328 980 (2001)
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A•ve•lla•ne•da

(ɑˌvɛ yɑˈnɛ ðɑ)

n.
a city in E Argentina, near Buenos Aires. 346,620.
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Osvaldo, now 32, who turned his back on football in the summer of 2016 to concentrate on being lead singer for Spanish band Barrio Viejo, is considering an offer from Argentinean league leaders Racing Club de Avellaneda to pull on his boots again.
Ashlyn Ryan (7 kills), Elise Kowalski (7 kills), Letecia Avellaneda (5 kills) and Eleanor Errico (4 kills) led the Mustangs' attack set by Natalie Klancnik (21 assists).
Los tres se desarraigan del alma nativa como se desarraigo la Avellaneda" (53).
Wales hit back with Conbeer turning up at first receiver to cut inside the Argentine midfield before beating right-wing Pablo Avellaneda and full-back Santiago Carreras to score between the sticks.
The 6-foot-3 Amsali, 17, considered by many as one of the top big men in the high school ranks today, formally made his transfer to the Red Cubs' den official by signing a contract last Wednesday in the presence of San Beda coach JB Sison and co-team managers Jarvis Co and Arnie Avellaneda.
Milena Rodriguez estudia dichos pactos y relaciones en dieciseis ensayos, la mayoria publicados con anterioridad, si bien ampliados y reescritos para este libro, que reparte casi equitativamente (5/6/5) en tres partes para enfocar desde diferentes perspectivas criticas y tematicas a tres grupos de escritoras: "Las poetas cubanas del xix," "Las poetas cubanas del xx" y "Las poetas hispanoamericanas." La primera de estas tres partes la inicia un trabajo sobre Gertrudis Gomez de Avellaneda (18141873), Ursula Cespedes (1832-1874) y Adelaida del Marmol (1838-1857) que senala la "filosofia de tocador" con que estas poetas del xix cuestionaron el discurso negativo que sobre la mujer ha impuesto la ideologia patriarcal.
S.A.; Andres Rugeles, Director Representative, CAF Argentina; Roberto Bias Forestieri, Director of Finance and Administration, Cementos Avellaneda; Moritz Gaertner, CFO Argentina, Siemens