postigo

postigo

In Spanish architecture and its derivatives, a wicket or peep window or small door set into a door of much larger size.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The administration said the displaced vendors were already transferred to Postigo parking lot near the Commission on Elections in the walled city of Manila.
The vendors have been transferred to the Postigo parking lot or the Comission on Elections parking lot.
Cecile Tubadan, a 32-year-old mother from Leon Postigo town, was elated when an opportunity to work in Lebanon presented itself.
(5.) Simarro PP, Franco JR, Cecchi G, Paone M, Diarra A, Ruiz Postigo JA, et al.
Juan Postigo Diaz, the ex-president's head oncologist.
Sin embargo, desde los anos 30, ha sido introducida en distintos paises de Europa, Norteamerica, Centroamerica, Medio Oriente y Asia (Strubbe & Matthysen, 2009; Appelt et al., 2016; Postigo et al., 2017).
Rumination, which is a core feature of depression, is always accompanied by this ambiguous, abstract autobiographical memory (Ricarte Trives, Navarro Bravo, Latorre Postigo, Ros Segura, & Watkins, 2016).