Cantoral

Can´tor`al


a.1.Of or belonging to a cantor.
Cantoral staff
the official staff or baton of a cantor or precentor, with which time is marked for the singers.
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Lewis RC, Meeker JD, Peterson KE, Lee JM, Pace GG, Cantoral A, et al.
Manuel Urrutia Cantoral, International President of CEAL, praised Miguel Facusse for his pioneering role and leadership in promoting business between Latin American nations and for bringing together the public and private sectors.
Announcing the award, Manuel Urrutia Cantoral, International President of CEAL, praised Miguel Facusse for his pioneering role and leadership in promoting business between Latin American nations and for bringing together the public and private sectors.
52, [paragraph] 197 (May 30, 1999); Cantoral Benavides, 2000 Inter-Am.
In essence, The Rosary Cantoral presents the author's conclusion that Beinecke MS 710 was commissioned ca.
In the case of the manuscript at the heart of Lorenzo Candelaria's The Rosary Cantoral some fascinating contextual issues that extend beyond purely musical considerations are revealed through the extraordinary diligence of the author.
An analysis of maternal deaths in Chiapas conducted by Cantoral and Nazar (2001) presented the following findings.
Curiosamente, el primer contacto con el idioma de los antepasados mexicanos de la pequena se hara a traves del famoso boleto de Roberto Cantoral titulado "Reloj (no marques las horas)", como si desde el mas alla se le quisiera avisar, otra vez, de que el tiempo corre inexorablemente en su contra, hacia su temprana muerte.
Also on hand to celebrate this sensational new line-up was talent that can be seen on many of the current and upcoming series, including: Humberto Zurita, "El Capitan"; Martha Higareda, "El Mariachi"; Itati Cantoral, "Quien Mato a Patricia Soler?
Four books contain chants for the Mass, for both Dominical and Sanctorale cycles, and each also includes a Kyriale, preserving among them a more-or-less complete set of Toledan chants for the Mass Ordinary, including some troped Kyries, and several prosas in MS Cantoral 3.
and Itati Cantoral of "Vale Todo", who shared the stage with the likes of Celia Cruz, Marco Antonio Solis, Maria Conchita Alonso, Jon Secada and Elvis Crespo, among others, in presenting the awards.
The event was attended by over 400 leaders in business and philanthropy and celebrity supporters that included: ITATI CANTORAL (Actress), GIL CEDILLO (Assemblymember) , SISSI FLEITAS (Univision TV Personality/Model), CARLOS GOMEZ (Actor), JACKIE GUERRIDO (Univision TV Personality), CARLA PELLEGRINO (Celebrity Chef), HALSTON SAGE (Actress), CASSIE SCERBO (Actress), DANIA RAMIREZ (Actress), KEVEN RAMIREZ (Radio Host) and ALEX YEMENIDIJIAN (CEO of Tropicana Las Vegas).