Corinto


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Corinto

(kōrēn`tō), town (1995 pop. 16,997), NW Nicaragua, on the Pacific Ocean. It is a railroad terminus and Nicaragua's leading Pacific port. Coffee, cotton, sugar, hides, and woods are exported.

Corinto

 

a city and the principal maritime port of Nicaragua, handling two-thirds of the country’s foreign trade. On the Pacific coast in the department of Chinandega. Population, 10,000 (1968). It is the center of a region of plantation agriculture. Coffee and sugar are among the exported products, and imports include machinery and manufactured goods.

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El principe deja Corinto, la bella ciudad de pocas preocupaciones en donde crecio, para relacionarse con Electra, su hermana explotada por los reyes, y hermanarse tambien con su ciudad, oprimida por el arrepentimiento religioso.
Y Puerto Barrios, en el Caribe guatemalteco, con Corinto y Henecan, en el Pacifico nicaraguense y hondureno, respectivamente.
Hayden was found on the eighth-floor landing of the Corinto apartment block at Benalmadena Costa in the early hours of Thursday.
gt;From there, up to 480,000 barrels of oil would be pumped daily across Nicaragua to the Pacific port of Corinto through two underground pipelines.
El General ha muerto; sin embargo, Consuelo/Aura lo han hecho resurgir, inconsciente, para rejuvenecer sus deseos y acceder a la venganza femenina, como una especie de Novia de Corinto.
Columbus Line's West Coast Americas - Asia service has added new Latin American calls at Corinto, Iquique, and Antofagasta, and Asian port calls at Yokohama and Keelung.
The US mined Nicaragua's harbors in violation of international law and CIA-backed Contras attacked the port city of Corinto.
Il prologo contiene una notevole quantita di termini relativi a luoghi geografici (da sermo Milesius a fabula Graecanica, passando per l'Egitto, Atene, Corinto, Sparta e Roma): per KATHERINE CLARKE, il cui saggio apre la sezione "Topography", questi riferimenti contribuiscono a delineare "not only spatial but also temporal and cultural associations for the author" (p.
participated in tasks such as rebuilding houses destroyed by the bombing of the city of Corinto in 1982, which served to build bridges of people-to-people understanding at a time when their governments were in hostile confrontation.
Tres han sido escritos por docentes del ISEDET: Mercedes Garcia Bachmann nos habla de la prostitucion en la Biblia y la analiza en el trasfondo de la prostitucion en los alrededores de Buenos Aires; Severino Croatto analiza el sufrimiento y la esperanza en un texto tomado de su proximo volumen sobre el tercer Isaias; y Ricardo Pietrantonio nos propone una lectura creativa de la correspondencia de los cristianos de Corinto, invitandonos a releerla desde una posicion distinta de la habitual.
But Bendana noted that the most important coffee road to the Pacific port of Corinto from the key growing regions of northern Matagalpa and Jinotega, where some 80% of all Nicaragua's coffee is produced, is still down.
Lorenzo's exordium as a poet was in volgare, thereby showing him to be on Lucrezia's side, but one of his earliest works was Corinto, an eclogue, a verse form generally reserved for Latin.