rincon


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rincon

[riŋ′kōn]
(geology)
A small, secluded valley.
A bend in a stream.
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Con la implementacion de datos sendo-biograficos y la estructuracion del texto segun el proceso de su lectura, el libro logra que su lector, despues de salir del laberinto de citas, textos y discusiones, empiece a diferenciar entre (en conceptos que el autor del libro probablemente no utilizaria) resultados objetivos de la investigacion y meras asociaciones subjetivas de textos (narrativos, peliculas y estudios teoricos) que trae a colacion el lector ideal creado por Rincon.
Entrevistado en las oficinas de campana de la Alianza por Mexico, ubicadas en la colonia Polanco, del Distrito Federal, Ordorika, en presencia de Gilly, habla de Rincon y Munoz Ledo.
Argosy Managing Director, Jerko Zuvela, commented: "The strong support from our extsting shareholder base has been excellent and demonstrates significant support for our Rincon Project development strategy.
Rincon, who hails from Venezuela, brings more than a decade of finance experience to the team.
While other players warmed up on the field, Quiles and Rincon, wearing Ems uniforms, met their fellow language learners in Civic Stadium's stands.
Rincon is a pleasant Spanish town with a beachside promenade, very different in style from the bustling resorts the other side of Malaga, and with a good selection of shops, bars, restaurants as well as a pleasant old quarter.
Mr Carrasco also wants El Rincon to be a place for language enthusiasts to visit to practice Spanish, as there will also be at least one member of staff on duty who speaks Spanish.
Argosy further confirms that the funds raised under the Placement are sufficient to fully fund the Company's proposed operations at the Rincon Lithium Project to first production of targeted battery grade LCE product, which is currently anticipated during the March 2018 Quarter.
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According to an indictment made public, Rincon and Venezuelan businessman Abraham Jose Shiera Bastidas conspired to pay bribes to officials to secure contracts from Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), Venezuela's state-owned oil company.