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cabré

(ˈkɑːbreɪ)
adj
(of the image of a horse) having the front legs in the air and standing nearly upright
[C20: from French, from cabrer to rear up]
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Rodriguez-Mangual Lydia Cabrera and the Construction of an Afro-Cuban Identity Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2004, xii + 199 pp.
Como fuente de informacion de los taxones de interes se siguio el Catalogo de las Plantas Vasculares de Argentina (Zuloaga & Morrone, 1999), la Flora Fanerogamica Argentina (Ariza Espinar & Delucchi, 1998; Ariza Espinar & Urtubey, 1998; Ariza Espinar, 1997; Bartoli & Tortosa, 2003; Cabrera & Freire, 1997; Cabrera et al.
ANGEL CABRERA wasn't even born when the last Argentine won an Open championship.
ARGENTINIAN contender Angel Cabrera insists he's not interested in history as he lines up for a shot at Open glory in today's final round.
This first English translation of one of the defining imaginative works by ethnographer Lydia Cabrera (1899-1991) sheds new light on the multiple currents that informed Io real maravilloso, or the "marvelous reality" literary tradition in Spanish American letters.
Rodriguez-Mangual: Lydia Cabrera and the Construction of an Afro-Cuban Cultural Identity.
Alfonso Cabrera Morales fungio, entre el 4 de mayo y el 19 de junio de 2001, como director del Instituto de Capacitacion de la Procuraduria General de la Republica, a pesar de que, en 1976, se desempeno como asesor juridico de la Brigada Especial, comisionado por la Direccion Federal de Seguridad (DFS).
Edwin Cabrera, 34, was arrested and charged with one count of murder in the death of Kelly Lombard.
Cabrera describes her passion for a craft to which she's been devoted full time for seven years.
Un raro articulo de Maria Zambrano sobre el caseron habanero de la etnografa Lydia Cabrera, titulado "El estilo en Cuba y la Quinta de San Jose" (Bohemia, 21-V-52), da cuenta de la difusion del tema en la cultura republicana.
Cabrera, Ryan, Shannon, Brooks-Gunn, Vogel, Raikes, Tamis-LeMonda, and Cohen use a three-part model to examine the nature and frequency of father involvement with their two-year-old children and look at how patterns of involvement vary by relationship status and residency.
En esas lineas de seduccion se va estructurando el volumen Concepcion Cabrera de Armida, (La amante de Cristo), que ahora nos entrega Javier Sicilia (1956), quien descubre ampliamente el mundo de Concha y que, despues de algunas dudas por desarrollar un panorama sobre esta mujer, atraviesa la barrera: "Si no podia resolver el enigma, al menos podia amarla, tenerla para mi, como la tenia en aquella foto en la que aparece sonriente, pero mas viva, mas intima; ciertamente incomprensible, pero mas mia en mi relacion con Dios".