gafeira

gafeira

Portuguese for mange.
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Gracia, E., Pallas, R., Soto, J.I., Comas, M., Moreno, X., Masana, E., Santanach, P., Diez, S., Garcia, M., Danobeitia, J.J., Bartolome, R., Farran, M., Gomez, M., Alpiste, M.J.R., Lastras, G., Wilmott, V., Perea, H., Blondel, P., Gomez, O., Bullock, L., Jacobs, C., Rouse, I., White, D., Whittle, S., Terrinha, P., Gafeira, J., Roque, C.
Expresamos nuestras sentidas condolencias a su querida esposa, la actriz Teresa Gafeira a quien Joaquim dirigiera como protagonista de A mae, de Bertolt Brecht en 2010.
This course of events seems to signal a new era for the inhabitants of Gafeira. The right to hunt has been purchased by a local co-operative and the possibility of a future that will be more than the eternal repetition of a frozen time is perhaps in sight.
Just as the process of writing is in the end not capable of getting hold of the enigma, so also the eternal fog qualifies the space of Gafeira as a kind of maze, where a truth-content is not discernible under the different masks that prevail.
A master of diverse musical idioms (choro, bossa, samba de gafeira, jazz, classical music, etc.), Moura is the only living musician to have a festival named after him.
Entre ellos se destaca uno de los principales exponentes del choro -- el carioca Paulo Moura, cuya sabiduria musical se extiende a otros generos (jazz, bossa nova, musica clasica samba de gafeira, etc.).