postigo

postigo

In Spanish architecture and its derivatives, a wicket or peep window or small door set into a door of much larger size.
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Agustina Postigo (a), Lucia Bulacio (b), Maximiliano Sortino (a,b),*
Postigo (2008) provides a look at the ways that the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) framed the ideas of digital rights in response to the DMCA, highlighting fair use provisions.
Jessica Postigo Paquette wrote the screenplay, based on the novel by Cassandra Clare.
We loved the historic Chocolateria San Gines (just off Calle Arenal, near Sol metro) which is open all through the night until 7am, and has been feeding hungry revellers since 1894, and Valor (on Postigo de San Martin, near Callao metro), which seems slightly more refined having been around 13 years longer and only staying open till about 1am.
Saenz-de-Santamaria M, Postigo I, Gutierrez-Rodriguez A, Cardona G, Guisantes JA, Asturias J, et al.
Fujimori's primary-care doctors, the head and neck oncologists Juan Postigo and Pedro Sanchez, have told the press on many occasions that since 2008 the prisoner has had dysplasias of levels ranging from moderate to severe.
In its regular weekly Credit Outlook, Moody's analysts Maria Jose Mori and Alberto Postigo appeared unimpressed by the Spanish bank audit conclusions.
The film will be directed by Harald Zwart (THE KARATE KID) from a screenplay by Jessica Postigo and I.
OBG's operations in Riyadh are led by country director Elise Postigo and editorial manager Jose Maria Recio.
Also similar to the AOL case is the view that such participatory culture blurs the boundaries between consumption and production and runs in direct 'opposition to the commodity-driven proprietary nature of the cultural industries' (Jenkins 2006; Yee 2006; Postigo 2007: 301).