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rabal

[′rā‚bäl]
(meteorology)
A method of winds-aloft observation, that is, the determination of wind speeds and directions in the atmosphere above a station; it is accomplished by recording the elevation and azimuth angles of the balloon at specified time intervals while visually tracking a radiosonde balloon with the theodolite.
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Teresa, hija del admirado Paco Rabal y Asuncion Balaguer y el compositor y cantante argentino se casaron tras cuatro anos de relacion y a raiz de mayo de 1977 ella dejo del cine, donde era una solicitada actriz de dinastia que debuto en Viridiana con Bunuel, para seguir tres anos en los emblematicos espacios dramaticos de TVE, antes de dedicarse al espectaculo infantil, y formar tandem artistico y empresarial con Eduardo.
Ferrero, A, Rabal, A, Campos, J, Martinez-Verdu, F, Chorro, E, Perales, E, Pons, A, Hernanz, ML, "Spectral BRDF-Based Determination of Proper Measurement Geometries to Characterize Color Shift of Special Effect Coatings.
Putting this play into images necessarily involves a process of "naturalization" which in contrast to the author's cruel and sarcastic vision presents a universe and certain characters that are much more "human:" with the loss of most of the original dialogue it is difficult to replace the power of Valle-Inclan's language with mere photography, just as it is problematic to place the cruel caricatures of characters such as Pedro Gailo, Marica del Reino, Compadre Miau or Miguelin el Padrones in human actors such as Francisco Rabal, Aurora Bautista, Imanol Arias or Juan Echanove, who moreover were very familiar to audiences at the time the film was made.
Rabal allows us to gain an insight into this particular, as do other villages too, precisely because charters appear to show peasants acting in ways which do not fit very neatly with the prevailing paradigm that frames investigations of lord-peasant relations in Spanish historical writing (24).
Luis Bunuel, con Silvia Pinal, Francisco Rabal y Fernando Rey.
En este libro estan, para solo enumerarlos, Baudelaire, Goethe, Crescencio Salcedo, Paco Rabal, Greta Garbo, Jorge Isaacs, Melvilla, un cantante de boleros Rogelio Echavarria, Jorge Franco y su Rosario Tijeras.
Tratado con una rigurosidad exquisita por Nino Quevedo en Goya, historia de una soledad (1970), encarnado por Paco Rabal, lo mismo que el ya anciano Goya de Saura de Goya en Burdeos (1996).
7) En tal sentido, las palabras de Fugl demuestran que los inmigrantes, al menos en Tandil, no eran extranos a los ajetreos de la politica provincial, ni siquiera en epocas revolucionarias: "La mayoria de la poblacion del pueblo y del distrito, argentinos nativos y tambien extranjeros, estaban con el partido liberal, que reunia a los leales, gente con hombria de bien, adeptos al alsinismo, y entre ellos yo" (Larsen de Rabal, 1988: 435).
Another salient work is the 1999 film Goya en Bordeos by Carlos Saura, which, like the last act of Menotti's opera, focuses on the end of Goya's life, and featured the talents of another great artist, Paco Rabal, in the role of Goya.
7) Tengo que expresar mi agradecimiento a mi amiga Ana Gomez Rabal, excelente latinista, por la ayuda que me ha prestado en la elaboracion de este trabajo.