Postero

Pos´te`ro


1.- ( ). A combining form meaning posterior, back; as, postero-inferior, situated back and below; postero-lateral, situated back and at the side.
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Ser propietarios los hacia ciudadanos (Irurozqui, 1999a; Postero, 2007).
33) Moreover, it was no longer only the poor or the vulnerable who claimed to have a distinct national heritage in Bolivia by the 1990s; as Nicole Fabricant and Nancy Postero argue, performing "indigeneity" also became an important aspect of how elites began to exercise power.
While Goodale and Postero identify Bolivia, Ecuador, and Venezuela as "arguably postneoliberal," they emphasize that this does not necessarily indicate the withering away of the state.
Sin embargo, al analisis le hace falta la incorporacion de estudios relevantes y mas recientes que ponen enfasis en la constitucion de sujetos en el cruce de tales transformaciones institucionales; asi por ejemplo, el trabajo de Mark Goodale (8) y Nancy Postero (9) en Bolivia o el de Arun Agrawal (10) sobre conocimientos medioambientales campesinos en Indonesia.
Ademas se detecto inflamacion gingival leve en las zonas postero superior e inferior (Fig.
Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero ("aprovecha el dia, sin confiar en lo mas minimo del manana")
Nancy Grey Postero Now We Are Citizens: Indigenous Politics in Postmulticultural Bolivia Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2007, 294 pp.
Anthropologists, such as Aurolyn Luykx (1999) and Nancy Postero (forthcoming), tend to ask how Andean peasants are enabled or precluded from exercising citizenship rights.
El segundo infraorbital es tres veces mas grande que el primero y cubre la region postero dorsal del articular.