Rodrigo


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Rodrigo

Joaqu?n. 1902--99, Spanish composer. His works include Concierto de Aranjuez (1940) for guitar and orchestra and Concierto Pastorale (1978)
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It seemed appropriate that Rodrigo De Triano should make his debut on the 4th of July, and it was an auspicious start; a well-backed favourite for a 6f maiden at Haydock Park, he was slowly away, but progressed steadily to take command a furlong from home and won by half a length.
Though his activities in these spheres have received much deserved attention in recent years, the question of what Archbishop Rodrigo knew about Islam still remains open.
Price includes: Return flight from Bristol to Madrid, return airport to hotel transfers, three nights at the four star Hotel Florida Norte, Madrid on a B&B basis, four nights at the three star Hotel Conde Rodrigo, Ciudad Rodrigo on half board basis.
During his post eviction interview, Rodrigo told presenter Davina McCall: "I enjoyed it so much, my time in the house."
Fellow housemates gave Rodrigo a lesson in etiquette before his afternoon tea with the fake Royal but despite being up close and personal with her, he seems to be the only one who doesn't know she is a look-alike.
Hoy es el poeta y editor Adan Mendez quien echa felices luces sobre la trayectoria poetica de Rodrigo Lira con el libro "Declaracion Jurada" (Ediciones UDP, 2006), otro gran aporte editorial para seguir armando y ordenando ese puzzle inorganico y desperdigado que es la obra literaria de Rodrigo Gabriel Lira Canguilhem, obra inorganica, pero que denota un factor comun: a Lira como un angurriento de la palabra, con un deseo inextinguible de expresion, que queda palmariamente demostrado en este volumen, donde Lira reconvierte su curriculum -texto soso por definicion casi-, y realmente define su propio ser, escapando incluso a la caricatura que pudo significar el aspirar a un puesto de trabajo con semejantes papeles.
Lucy Pick uses the figure of Rodrigo Jimenez de Rada, who was archbishop of Toledo from 1209 to 1247, to convey a rich understanding of the meaning of convivencia in thirteenth-century Spain.
How and why this convivencia succeeded provides Pick with her essential theme that this extraordinarily paradoxical milieu occurred under the instigation and guidance of the prodigious early thirteenth-century theologian and historian, the archbishop of Toledo, Rodrigo Jimenez de Rada [1209-1247].
MEXICAN musicians Rodrigo Y Gabriela owe their new-found fame to busking on the streets of Dublin.
"The place is incredible," says Carolina Hernandez, visiting from Santiago with her boyfriend Rodrigo to find some rest and relaxation.