Barataria


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Barataria

monarchy where all men are equal and the rulers share the palace chores. [Br. Opera: Gilbert and Sullivan The Gondoliers]

Barataria

dishes removed before Sancho tasted them. [Span. Lit.: Don Quixote]

Barataria

island-city where Sancho Panza, as governor, settles disputes equitably. [Span. Lit.: Cervantes Don Quixote]
See: Justice
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They informed him that it was called the island of Barataria, either because the name of the village was Baratario, or because of the joke by way of which the government had been conferred upon him.
THEATRE The Gondoliers Be enthralled by the story of two charming Venetian gondoliers, Giuseppe and Marco, one of whom is heir to the throne of Barataria. Performing on Saturday at Eden Court.
THEATRE The Gondoliers or The King of Barataria The singers of the David Seligman Opera School head to the canals of Venice this summer for Gilbert and Sullivan's lively opera about two Venetian gondoliers.
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The Gondoliers or The King of Barataria, with music by Sir Arthur Sullivan and libretto by WS Gilbert, premiered at the Savoy Theatre in London on December 7 1889 and ran for a successful 554 performances (at that time the fifth longest-running piece of musical theatre in history), closing on June 30, 1891.
Coast Guard from 1961-1965 aboard the USS Barataria and was stationed in Baffin Island, Maine, Bermuda, Guantanamo Bay and Okinawa.
In total, the company hired more than 1000 seasonal agents in 2018, and currently employs over 800 people at its Wallerfield and Barataria Trinidad locations.
In Chapter 5, Nadeau begins with Sancho's frustrations on the Isla de Barataria and the paradox of the lowly lentil (thought to be both nutritious and too crass for the bodies of the nobility).
"One of the biggest projects we are involved in is the Barataria Diversion, which will allow the Mississippi River's sediment to naturally flow into the Delta," says Cooksey.
Saez discusses the intertextual relationship between the episode which portrays the wounded Sancho as a "galapago" at the end of his government of Barataria and the emblem of la tortuga through the lens of Teofilo Folengo's macaronic poem Baldo.