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n. pl. cor·ri·dos
A Mexican ballad or folk song.

[American Spanish, from Spanish, ballad, from past participle of correr, to run, from Old Spanish, from Latin currere; see kers- in Indo-European roots.]
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He also highlighted investment opportunities sprouting as a result of the conclusion of China Pakistan Free trade Agreement and development of the China Pakistan Economic Corrido.
Acto seguido abordamos los principales resultados, ordenados en tres categorias: 1) la funcion del corrido memoria viva y su valor didactico; 2) memoria comunicativa y entornos cotidianos de la musica; 3) otros lugares de memoria.
Each of the seven chapters focuses attention on one geographic area or on some of the most prominent corrido bards and their own specific repertoire of musical compositions.