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parados

1. An entrance to the orchestra, 1 of a Greek theater.
2. Earthworks behind a fortified place.
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Even though (as the vivid narration of the parados seems to suggest) the Elders witnessed the killing of Iphigenia and even though they have heard the complaints of the townspeople about the loss of Argive men (recorded in the first stasimon), they withdraw from passing judgment on Agamemnon.
Debajo de la sombra los animales prefirieron estar echados a diferencia de lo observado en otros ensayos (16, 26) donde los animales estuvieron mas tiempo parados, estando la postura asociada al incremento de la superficie del cuerpo en contacto con el aire para regular la temperatura corporal (16, 24)
Del total de participantes, el 44,91% corresponde a estudiantes de una carrera universitaria diferente a Psicologia, el 13,57% trabajadores sin carrera universitaria, el 12,77% trabajadores con carrera universitaria, el 4,19% estudiantes de Psicologia, el 0,60% psicologos, el 2,56% estudiantes preuniversitarios y el 13,17% jubilados o parados.
During search and clearance operation at Mira Banda, Dakku Banda, Kund Banda, Pir Patai Banda and Kamyari Banda, Pinorai Banda and Chur Banda the security forces destroyed commander Akbars house while terrorists commander Hamood was apprehended at Dardial alongwith 2 Parados.
I daily adjourned to one to carry out my toilet and it was situated behind the parados of the trench; the water, on which a green scum floated, was rank but had to serve its purpose for ablution requirements.
23) As in classical tragedy, Parks begins In the Blood with a parados and ends with an exodus; the actors become a kind of chorus and circle Hester like vultures.
Quando um modista canta uma décima, todos ficam parados ouvindo-o.
But unlike the well-wrought trench then on display in Hyde Park, the one Ormond's men dug was a hasty affair, more notable for the speed of its construction than for its perfect zigzags, parados, barricades, and cut-outs.
Between the beige parapet and parados, a dark shadow marks the actual trace of the trench.
just a few yards behind the parados, and it seems a miracle that they
L[sz] estavam os Lusiadas do Tio Jose Barraca outra vez parados num desfiar de m[sz]goas.
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