Cordovan

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Cordovan

1. a native or inhabitant of Córdoba, Spain
2. of or relating to Córdoba, Spain

cordovan

[′kȯrd·ə·vən]
(materials)
Nonporous leather made from split horsehide and tanned with vegetable materials.
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(In 1926 Lorca first delivered his lecture on Gongora's poetic imagery, 1927 being the year in which the great Cordovan was remembered in association with the tercentenary of his death.) (5) 'Cristal' for water translates what is insubstantial into terms of what is hard and solid, stressing a substantial beauty that underpins the 'accidents' of surface appearances, and a similar effect is achieved as Lorca refers to the delicate and transient reflections of flowers in flowing water as 'laminas' (l.
Lorca asserts a core Cordovan identity that remains unshaken, for all that Time does its destructive work in other respects.
Such language echoes that of 'San Rafael', and Gongora was for Lorca a Cordovan poet par excellence.
Hopenhayn-Rich says her group will attempt to compute actual arsenic exposures among Cordovan bladder cancer victims in a follow-up study to begin next month.