cabezon


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cabezon

(ˈkæbɪzɒn) or

cabezone

n
(Animals) a large food fish, Scorpaenichthys marmoratus, of North American Pacific coastal waters, having greenish flesh: family Cottidae (bullheads and sea scorpions)
[Spanish, from cabeza head, ultimately from Latin caput]
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Poco antes del amanecer, los cuates emprendieron el camino de vuelta a Cabezon.
The writers were largely unknown to me, names such as Santiago de Murcia, Antonio de Cabezon, and Juan Gutierrez de Padilla, and many of the tunes remain anonymous.
Cabezon with regard to Tibetan liberation, King in her treatment of Thich Nhat Hanh), there are astonishing parallels between the emergence of Christian liberation theology (in the late 1960's, but on a basis laid down since Leo XIII's social teaching at the end of the nineteenth century) and the social ferment in Asian Buddhism over the same period, which is highlighted by the self-immolations on the streets of Saigon from 1963 but is arguably traceable to the arrival of Olcott and Blavatsky in Ceylon in 1880, as Queen shows in his excellent introduction.
The second half of the volume consists of a series of keyboard compositions ranging from simple 'duos' by Antonio de Cabezon to sonatas by 18th- and 19th-century composers who include Antonio Soler and Felix Maximo Lopez.
For more authentic Mexican fare, visit the nearby taco stands where you can sop up tacos de pescado made from sweet, delicate cabezon or whatever other fish is fresh that day.
Black and blue rockfish are among the most popular catch for sea bass, but other landings from coastal piers and charter boats include cabezon, kelp greenling, ling cod, sole and flounder.
Collection and transportation of bulk containers from the transfer stations of the Autonomous Community of Cantabria located in Castro Urdiales, Ramales de la Victoria, Selaya, Hermandad de Campoo de Suso, Cabezon de la Sal and Cabezon de Liebana to center for Integrated Waste Treatment Meruelo (Cantabria).
The recreational cabezon season off the Oregon Coast will be extended, possibly through the end of the year, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The introduction by Jose Cabezon provides a helpful overview of the Tibetan terms for ritual and the types of rituals, both Buddhist and Bon, found in Tibetan and Himalayan contexts.
Marco I, Rosell R, Cabezon O, Mentaberre G, Casas E, Velarde R, et al.
Mientras que el primero explora el juego metateatral en varios sainetes miscelaneos (137), el estudio de Rosalia Femandez Cabezon se acerca al ideario ilustrado en el teatro de Comella, y valora sus obras dentro del contexto de su tiempo y de la Ilustracion.
Whereas his struggle is with the converso Other, in Chapter Five we see how Juan Cabezon, the protagonist of Hornero Aridjis's 1492: Vida y tiempos de Juan Cabezon de Castilla (1985) and Memorias del Nuevo Mundo (1988), is himself a converso who is divided between a Jewish past anda Christian present.