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aficionado

a devotee of bullfighting
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aficionado

A Spanish word that means fan, devotee, enthusiast, etc. There are loyal aficionados of every subject in the computer field.
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Palabras clave: Subtitulacion aficionada, animacion japonesa, discurso, intertextualidad, interdiscursividad.
Our Facebook fans nominated their favorites, and Erin Zolner, of The Lollicake Queen and Perq Coffee Bar, and wedding photographer and Key lime pie aficionada Cat Pennenga helped us taste the finalists and choose our winners.
A month later, NTW will work with Argentinean dance aficionada Constanza Macras on the third Cultural Olympiad commission, Branches - a site-specific show staged in the forests of North Wales.
She is a writer of studied technique, a master of the well-placed line, a conjurer who can render a character with only a name (aaTwo starches?a exclaimed Elaine Please, as though it must be a mistakea), and an aficionada of her charactersa signature voices.
La otra, la segunda escena, reproduce la conversacion entre una mujer aficionada a las telenovelas y un quisquilloso intelectual que intenta convencerla de las operaciones de manipulacion de las que es objeto: "Usted no se da cuenta que es mi hora de llorar", responde la mujer.
To Carreiro, a fungi aficionada, the forest at the Louis Calder Center simply doesn't look right, and she's not just referring to aesthetics.