Trocha

Tro´cha


n.1.(Mil.) A line of fortifications, usually rough, constructed to prevent the passage of an enemy across a region.
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[16] Marin-Palomo P, Kemal JN, Karpov M, Kordts A, Pfeifle J, Pfeiffer MHP, Trocha P, Wolf S, Brasch V, Anderson MH, Rosenberger R, Vijayan K, Freude W, Kippenberg TJ, Koos C (2017) Microresonator- based solitons for massively parallel coherent optical communications.
// Tu lo meces bajando la trocha / que en lo hondo del ascua de los arboles ansia la nieve / tu lo meces hasta la palabra / que alli nombra lo que ya es blanco en ti." (Waldig /// Waldig, von Hirschen georgelt, / umdrangt die Welt nun das Wort, / das auf den Lippen dir saumt, / durchgluht von gefristetem Sommer.
El tendido de 107 km de trocha angosta se construyo desde la estacion Lorenzo Vintter hasta Colonia San Juan, pasando por el ingenio, con una estacion en el casco urbano de Gral.
It has been reported that in contrast to light, host damage, clear cutting, low soil moisture, and elevation may also negatively affect ECM fungal abundance and diversity (Lilleskov et al., 2002; Perez-Moreno & Read, 2000; Trocha et al., 2016; Kyaschenko et al., 2017).
Miami, FL, May 16, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Different equestrian disciplines including Pleasure, Performance, Classic Fino, Trocha & Galope, Trote & Galope, International Equitation, among others will delight equestrian enthusiasts and general public attending this event.
[13.] Kevil CG, Okayama N, Trocha SD, Kalogeris TJ, Coe LL, Specian