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pin·ta

(pin'tă, pēn'tă),
A disease caused by a spirochete, Treponema carateum, endemic in Mexico and Central America, and characterized by a small primary papule followed by an enlarging plaque and disseminated secondary macules of varying color called pintids that finally become white.
See also: nonvenereal syphilis.
Synonym(s): azul, carate, mal del pinto
[Sp. painted]

azul, azula

See pinta.
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On the domestic connection customers will experience the market leading and award winning service of Azul.
Y la situacion se agrava: a partir del proximo torneo Cruz Azul enfrentara problemas en la tabla del porcentaje.
Adam Tan, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO of HNA Group, said "In addition to bringing more choice and convenience to Hainan Airlines' customers traveling to and from Brazil, we view Azul as a strong and lasting partner for HNA to explore further expansion and capital investment in Latin America.
The Chicago-based carrier would be excited if Azul joins its global airline partnership, the Star Alliance, but the decision is up to Azul and Star's other carriers, he said.
Por ultimo, enfocandonos en el titulo de esta novela de Bataille, que tambien es parte de la trama, se entrelaza con las diversas atmosferas de perdicion, se asoma un cielo luminoso, que es una forma de entrar en un tipo de pureza, en el azul del cielo.
The plan for Tubaraao Azul, in truth, was never approved by the agency because there have always been outstanding issues," the second source told Reuters.
El plantel da para pelear los dos torneos (Liga y Libertadores), a ambos les vamos a dar valor porque el Cruz Azul es un equipo grande", afirmo.
The Azul team considered various alternatives before choosing ATMS, including Sabre, TRAX and PeopleSoft's generic corporate training system, but Daly said, “ATMS is the only training system robust enough to address all our aviation-specific needs.
El nombre de Becquer no aparece en las principales publicaciones periodicas mexicanas de finales del siglo XIX: ni en Renacimiento, ni en la Revista Azul, ni en la Revista Moderna, en ninguna de sus dos epocas.
Alegando que es un color oceanico, helenico y cita a Ovidio --cita en la que no aparece el azul, sino la luz (Dario, 1988: 38-39)--, aunque es probable que esto sea una reconstruccion cultural de Dario, ya que especialistas aseguran que en las epocas clasicas y de la decadencia el color azul no era muy bien recibido por griegos y romanos (6).
Now both La Liga side Real Zaragoza and Mexico's Cruz Azul are prepared to take on the Paraguayan's contract, which runs until the summer of 2012.
It was a decision based on fact, not emotion," said Gianfranco Beting, marketing director of Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras S.