dandler


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dan·dle

 (dăn′dl)
tr.v. dan·dled, dan·dling, dan·dles
1. To move (a small child) up and down on the knees or in the arms in a playful way.
2. To pamper or pet.
n. Narragansett Bay
also dandle board See seesaw.

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dan′dler n.
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Of course, its strength and depth depended on a number of factors, including the balance between resistance and adaptability of preexisting institutions, which varied between areas such as the Norte Potosi or the Cochabamba Valleys (Dandler, 1984; Gordillo, 2000; Rivera Cusicanqui, 1984).
Con la revolucion de 1952, el MNR (Movimiento Nacionalista Revolucionario) capitalizo las tensiones que se estaban generando en diferentes regiones de Bolivia a partir de la conformacion de una economia de enclave: abusos de los hacendados sobre sus 'trabajadores agricolas' y aumento de la presion de organizaciones indigenas (Antezana 1969; Dandler 1983; Gotkowitz 2008; Rivera 1993).
BELLE VUE (13 races): 7.55 The Dandler, 8.40 Goosey Lucy, 9.40 Lulus Pet, 10.10 Shes Amazing.