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  • 141 palillo — ► sustantivo masculino 1 Palito rematado en punta que sirve para limpiar los dientes de los restos de comida que quedan entre ellos. SINÓNIMO limpiadientes mondadientes 2 MÚSICA Palo de punta redondeada que se usa para tocar el tambor. 3 PINTURA… …

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  • 142 partidor — ► adjetivo/ sustantivo 1 Se aplica a la persona que reparte una cosa. 2 Se refiere a la persona que parte o rompe una cosa: ■ el partidor de nueces manejaba con habilidad la tenaza. ► sustantivo masculino 3 Instrumento para partir o romper. 4… …

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  • 143 rueca — (Del germ. rokko.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 TEXTIL Instrumento usado para hilar que consiste en una varilla con una pieza en su parte superior, en la que se coloca el copo. 2 Torcimiento, vuelta o curvatura de una cosa. * * * rueca (del gót.… …

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  • 144 brocheta — ► sustantivo femenino 1 COCINA Varilla en que se ensartan carnes para asarlas. SINÓNIMO broqueta pincho 2 COCINA Aperitivo o plato elaborado con trozos de carne o pescado condimentados que se ensartan en una de estas varillas: ■ brasearon las… …

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  • 145 arco — s m 1 Porción definida de una curva, en particular de una circunferencia 2 Construcción que tiene esa forma: Los arcos de la plaza, un arco gótico 3 Parte del cuerpo que tiene esa forma: arco del pie, arco del paladar, arco púbico, arco de una… …

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  • 146 aguja — (Del lat. *acucŭla, dim. de acus, aguja). 1. f. Barra pequeña y puntiaguda, de metal, hueso o madera, con un ojo por donde se pasa el hilo, cuerda, correa, bejuco, etc., con que se cose, borda o teje. 2. Tubo metálico de pequeño diámetro, con el… …

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  • 147 History of Panama — Indigenous periodPanama The earliest traces of these indigenous peoples include fluted projectile points. Central Panama was home to some of the first pottery making villages in the Americas, such as the Monagrillo culture dating to about 2500… …

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  • 148 John Bigelow — Infobox Person name = John Bigelow caption = birth date = birth date|1817|11|25|mf=y birth place = Malden on Hudson, New York, U.S. dead=dead death date = death date and age|1911|12|19|1817|11|25 death place = New York CityJohn Bigelow (November… …

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  • 149 Flag of Panama — The flag of Panama was made by Maria Ossa de Amador. It has been officially adopted by the ley 4 de 1925 ; the flag is celebrated on November 4, one day after Panamanian independence from Colombia.The first flag proposed in 1903, consisted of 7… …

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  • 150 Panamax — The two ships seen here seem almost to be touching the walls of the Miraflores Locks. Panamax and New Panamax are popular terms for the size limits for ships traveling through the Panama Canal. Formally, the limits and requirements are published… …

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  • 151 Health measures during the construction of the Panama Canal — One of the greatest challenges facing the builders of the Panama Canal was dealing with the tropical diseases rife in the area. The health measures taken during the construction contributed greatly to the success of the canal s construction.… …

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  • 152 Torrijos-Carter Treaties — [ Jimmy Carter and Omar Torrijos shake hands moments after the signing of the Torrijos Carter Treaties.] The Torrijos Carter Treaties (sometimes referred to in the singular as the Torrijos Carter Treaty) are two treaties signed by the United… …

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  • 153 Chagres River — The Chagres River as seen from the highway between Panama City and Colon The Chagres River as seen from …

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  • 154 Gaillard Cut — The Gaillard Cut The Gaillard Cut, or Culebra Cut, is an artificial valley that cuts through the continental divide in Panama. The cut forms part of the Panama Canal, linking Lake Gatún, and thereby the Atlantic Ocean, to the Gulf of Panama and… …

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  • 155 History of the Panama Canal — The history of the Panama Canal goes back almost to the earliest explorers of the Americas. The narrow land bridge between North and South America offers a unique opportunity to create a water passage between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. This …

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  • 156 Separation of Panama from Colombia — The Separation of Panama from Colombia was formalized on 3 November 1903 with the establishment of the Republic of Panama from the Republic of Colombia s Department of Panama.PreludeSince its independence from Spain on November 28, 1821 Panama… …

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  • 157 Le Matin (France) — Le Matin was a French daily newspaper created in 1883 and discontinued in 1944. Le Matin was launched on the initiative of Chamberlain Co, a group of American financiers, in 1883, on the model of the British daily The Morning News . The direction …

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  • 158 Andreé González — Infobox Football biography playername = Andreé González fullname = Andreé Aníbal González Frustacci dateofbirth = birth date and age|1975|06|30|df=y nickname = Varilla cityofbirth = San Cristóbal countryofbirth = Venezuela height = height|m=1.89… …

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  • 159 Geschichte Panamas — Präkolumbische Keramikfigur aus Talamancan, Panama Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Präkolumbische Zeit 2 Die Conquista und die frühkoloniale Zeit …

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  • 160 Panama — República de Panamá Republik Panama …

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