Criollo


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Criollo

native Spanish-American light horse or riding pony. Includes a number of ethnic varieties, e.g. Argentine Criollo. Any color, 13.3 to 15 hands high. Originated from a mixture of Arab, Barb and Andalusian.
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Tormo, known as "The Singer of Our Things" or "The Criollo Voice of Emotions," immediately came to represent not only the voice of Argentine folklore, but also the face of the Peronist culture that had invaded the urban centres from the interior and had expanded its presence throughout the entire country.
However, the abject state of the Indian relative to the criollo "suggest[s] that rather than the incorporation of the indigena within the modernizing state, isolation is the only means to protect indigenous people" (Tierney 83).
It was named for the alleged headquarters of the drug conspiracy, the Grand Slam Barber Shop, which was near the Rincon Criollo.
Upon examination of historical documents, Chamosa shows that the enterprise was in fact part of a broader plan where educating modern Argentines in criollo (i.
This variety of Theobroma cacao, Criollo, was domesticated about 3,000 years ago in Central America, and it is one of the oldest domesticated tree crops.
In a separate study in the same journal, French researchers said they had sequenced almost all of the genome for the Criollo variety of the cacao plant, Theobroma cacao -- a tropical tree crop used to make chocolate.
The occasional grand estancia can be glimpsed in trees, Criollo horses and polo ponies graze in a few lusher pastures but for the most part the great silos at the road side are processing the great GM revolution.
Emergildo Criollo is a leader of the Cofan tribe of the Amazonian Ecuador.
If you have the chocolate craving, check out Criollo for its collection of single- origin chocolates, though some may set you back by Rs 5,000 for a kilo, and artisanal balsamic vinegar from Modena.
1) was introduced, followed by Criollo 98 in 1998 (a cross between Havana 92 and Habana P.
This issue should be handled by schools, not enforced by police and courts," said Manuel Criollo, an organizer with the Community Rights Campaign, which advocated for the decriminalization of truancy.
Features continental and criollo breakfast with cachapas, arepas, empanadas and the like.