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Castilian

the Spanish dialect of Castile; the standard form of European Spanish
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Nunez Seixas has indicated how Francoist nationalism was based on a particular definition of Castilian manhood, which was itself derived from noventayochista discourses on the image of a "Castilla mistica y guerrera [.
1216-72) sent envoys to Iberia to negotiate a treaty with the Castilian king.
Galician (galego) is a Romance language spoken in the northwest corner of the Iberian peninsula, of which Portuguese is the daughter language; it has been under severe pressure from Castilian.
Although many Spanish Neoclassical tragedies take place in historical settings (from the founding of Rome to the horror of sixteenth-century Castilian civil war), the moral compass and social themes within are explicitly of the Enlightenment.
He uses the framework of the 'poetics of ordo', the estado social model and its dialogue, for this study of the transformation of a Castilian social class and the justification of legal and monarchical sovereignty.
On July 31, Harry's birthday, will come "an online challenge" in which the first million people who register will be able to see the site early and "help put final touches to the experience" -- if you speak English, French, German, Italian, and Castilian Spanish.
Laws of linguistic normalization passed in the respective Autonomous Communities during the early 1980s thrust each of these languages into public life, concomitantly disconfiguring their diglossic relationship to Castilian, a vestige of Franco's staunch one language-one nation ideology.
Focusing on the novel's linguistic discourse, Milton Azevedo, in "Literary Dialect as an Indicator of Sociolinguistic Conflict in Juan Marse's El amante bilingue" asserts that Marse brings to the fore the debate surrounding language in Barcelona by creating a "literary dialect" of the Andalusian vernacular of Castilian (130).
The Spanish epic hero and Castilian patriarch Fernan Gonzalez is not known as a legislator, though his son and grandson were.
The Arts of Intimacy; Christians, Jews and Muslims in the Making of Castilian Culture eds Jerrilynn D Dodds, Maria Rosa Menocal & Abigail Krasner Balbale
The three volume series contains eighty-three songs by fifty different composers of Castilian Spain and serves as an important resource for both teachers and students.
HOUSTON -- Drawing from the vast archives of the Smithsonian Institution, Castilian Imports has unveiled a line of decorative accessories it hopes will become treasures in its own right.