Tempranillo

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Tem·pra·nil·lo

 (tĕm′prə-nē′yō)
n. pl. Tem·pra·nil·los
1. A variety of grape grown originally in Spain and Portugal that is a principal ingredient of Rioja and port.
2. A red or white wine made from this grape.

[Spanish tempranillo, from Old Spanish, from diminutive of temprano, early (in reference to the grape's early ripening), from Vulgar Latin *temporānus, alteration of Latin temporāneus, timely, opportune : tempus, tempor-, time + -āneus, adj. suff.]
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El complejo esta formado por tres cuerpos de agua: Laguna Ojo de Liebre (LOL; 57 100ha), Laguna Guerrero Negro (LGN; 2 100ha) y una serie de cuerpos artificiales concesionados a la Compania Exportadora de Sal (ESSA; 33 000ha) (Lluch Cota et al.
The wetland complex is composed of the Guerrero Negro Lagoon (2,100 ha) and Ojo de Liebre Lagoon (57,100 ha).
2000); however, during an investigation on its reproductive cycle conducted at 2 sites along Baja California Sur--namely, Bahia Juncalito (Gulf of California) and Ojo de Liebre Lagoon (Pacific Ocean)--specimens displaying evidence of hermaphroditism were observed in low proportions (0.25% and 2.6%, respectively) (Quinones-Arreola 2003).
Abstract.--Feeding habits of spotted sand bass Paralabrax maculatofasciatus, in Laguna Ojo de Liebre, B.C.S., Mexico, were analyzed.
Highlights of the press conference were images of the Guerrero Negro saltworks showing thousands of dead fish and huge tires littering Ojo de Liebre lagoon and highly concentrated toxic brine flowed into the lagoon.
In the Ojo de Liebre lagoon up the coast, which attracts fewer tourists (but more whales), whale-watching captain Carlos Barajas Aguilera says his company used to see 8,000 visitors a year.