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fal·ces

 (făl′sēz′, fôl′-)
n.
Plural of falx.
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I shall be told that the jousts of Suero de Quinones, him of the 'Paso,' and the emprise of Mosen Luis de Falces against the Castilian knight, Don Gonzalo de Guzman, were mere mockeries; as well as many other achievements of Christian knights of these and foreign realms, which are so authentic and true, that, I repeat, he who denies them must be totally wanting in reason and good sense."
Al respecto de este caso, en 1567 Sande tuvo un conflicto con el Virrey Gaston de Peralta, Marques de Falces, quien le cuestionaba el debido cumplimiento de su deber como fiscal (23).
The experiments were conducted in September 2014 and 2015 in a commercial vineyard located in Falces (latitude 42[degrees]27,45.96", longitude 1[degrees]48; 13.42", and altitude 325 m; Navarra, Spain).
A este esquema responden los calcatoria hallados en los yacimientos de produccion de vino de la Tarraconense como El Morer (San Pol de Mar, Barcelona), Font del Villar (Avinyonet de Puigventos, Gerona), Vallmora (Teia, Barcelona) y Cant Sent-Roma (Tiana, Barcelona); los documentados en las villae lusitanas de Milreu (Estoi, Faro), Torre Aguila (Barbano, Badajoz), Sao Cucufate (Vila de Frades, Beja) y Carrion (Merida, Badajoz), y los detectados en Los Villares de Falces y Funes en Navarra (Pena, 2010: 31-33, 67-68 y 107; 2014, 228-229).
Recent researchers have taken the stance that social judgment depends on cognitions that people consider and how they feel about these cognitive processes: This judgment process is called metacognitive experience (Schwarz, 2011; Tormala, Falces, Brinol, & Petty, 2007; Woltin, Corneille, & Yzerbyt, 2014).
Falces et al., "Short-term power forecasting system for photovoltaic plants," Renewable Energy, vol.
Falces et al., "Lung function abnormalities are highly frequent in patients with heart failure and preserved ejection fraction," Heart, Lung & Circulation, vol.
This manipulation has been proved successful previously in producing one group with favorable thoughts and another with unfavorable thoughts toward Mediterranean diet (Brinol, Gasco, Petty, & Horcajo, 2013) and a variety of other topics (Brinol, Horcajo, Becerra, Falces, & Sierra, 2003; Brinol, McCaslin, & Petty, 2012).