maza


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to maza: Mazda

maza

An obsolete term for placenta (from Greek for barley bread).
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Maza admits that her interpretation rests upon printed sources of the period and on the views of educated male authors, not the unlettered.
13); tampoco podemos dejar de mencionar a Roberto Muller (1859-1932) y el papel de los 'aficionados' como Tarsicio Escalante, Javier de la Maza, Roberto de la Maza y Adolfo White, lo cual coincide con las apreciaciones cualitativas de Llorente et al.
One of the most significant nuances of this issue, to which Maza draws repeated attention, is the concept of "bourgeois" as a political rather than economic term--the bourgeoisie as a talented new group of imperial administrators; the liberal bourgeoisie as the challengers to the noble/ecclesiastical hegemony, the role they played in the Restoration; finally the bourgeoisie as the new "aristocracy of wealth" (as working class activists came to view them) in the July Monarchy, who had in turn to be overthrown.
"Many of the solutions that the government takes against poverty have been police or military solutions and solutions of authority and exclusion," says Maza.
Earlier, Maza took to Facebook to denounce the recently issued Executive Order No.
"The horror story this Halloween is EO 67 that was released yesterday placing six policy oversight and advisory national commissions including NAPC under the direct supervision of two former military officials Ano and Bautista," Maza said.
Maza said Crowder's videos about him are "dehumanizing, and it's something I thought YouTube would be more protective about because it brands itself as being a queer space."
In a message to INQUIRER.net on Monday, Maza clarified that Pagcor stopped disbursing funds to their projects, and it's not the NAPC which refrained from implementing it.
Kuwaiti Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah meets with Cuban Ambassador to Kuwait Fernando Perez Maza
Liza Maza persists in her futile contention that Executive Order No.
National Anti-Poverty Commission chief Liza Maza announced her resignation from the Cabinet of President Rodrigo Duterte, a week after murder cases against her and fellow militant leaders, pursued by government lawyers, were dropped.