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It is a feminine for the neologism narcoabogado.


Female bully (in several senses) .


Although originally it only applied to the woman in concubinage, the truth is that it is the female of concubine, in the sense not of the institution but of who sleeps with his partner without being legally in marriage.


Female stubborn ("stubborn") .


Feminine neoplateresque (architectural style).


Female late antique ("relative to the period known as Late Antiquity").


Female chicanero ("who makes a chicane") . It could also be a mistake for chicanear.


1º_ Female glassmaker. 2º_ Showcase, exhibitor that separates objects from the public with a sheet of glass. Figuratively it is the means by which something or someone is shown publicly. See lunette .


It is the prefix a- of Greek origin when it precedes a vowel . It comes from 945; 957; ( an "without , out") .


It is a suffix that is used in the Middle and Far East as "place of, land of", usually attached to the name of some people or ethnicity. It comes from Persian 1587; 1578; 1575; 1606; 8206; ( pr . staán) with the same meaning .


Prefix that is used as "natural", and is also found as fis-. From the Greek 966; 965; 963; 953; 962; ( physis "nature, organism") .


Suffix for "knowledge, wisdom", which comes from the Greek 963; 959; 966; 953; 945; ( sofia ) with the same meaning . See Sofia .


Prefix of Greek origin as 956; 949; 964; 945; ( metá ) which means "in the middle of , next to , beyond , after" .


The Royal Dutch Shell, popularly known as Shell ( in English, "shell, leaflet" ») is an oil company created in 1907 by the merger of the Dutch N. V . Koninklijke Nederlandse Petroleum Maatschappij (known in English as "Royal Dutch Petroleum Company") and the English Shell Transport and Trading Company Ltd ("Valvas Limited Company of Transport and Trade"). Precisely the latter had started its business as an importer of leaflets and seashells for collectors, which were fashionable in nineteenth-century England, to later become a company for the transport of goods, oil and oil; and the new company kept the original logo (with some stylization) showing a scallop leaflet (Pecten maximus) to which they gave the red and yellow colors representative of American California (which was Spanish possession and had the colors of its flag) where the oil wells were. See venera (oyster).


1º_ The Société Bic is an international company created in the mid-twentieth century in France by Marcel Bich and Édouard Buffard, and its flagship product is a pen with the brand Bic®, improved from the design of the birome; although today it expanded its market to disposable lighters and shavers, nautical products and material for tattoo artists. 2º_ 'BIC' is an acronym with developments in Spanish as "Bien de interés cultural", and also in other languages as Bank Identifier Code ( "Code Identifier of Banking Entity" ).

quédate solo con lo mejor del campo

This phrase is actually an advertising slogan used in Spain by a now defunct Catalan restaurant franchise called Bocatta. It was associated with a television spot in 2003 where the hardness of the work on the farms was shown in an ironic and cartoonish way, to end with the image of their products already in the restaurant's exhibitors and with the phrase "Stay only with the best of the field". But this case remained in the history of Iberian advertising when the Union of Peasants of Catalonia and the Valencian Association of Farmers filed a complaint and even initiated a boycott of the chain because they denigrated the image of rural workers 128530; . And finally the advertising had to be removed from the air by the pressure.


Droste® is a food company of Dutch origin (currently has its plant in Vaassen) whose best known product is chocolate powder for cup. While it is a traditional brand since the late nineteenth century, its name became more popular thanks to the so-called droste effect on its classic cocoa container with the figure of the nana (or nurse), surely inspired by the painting La belle chocolatière by Jean-Étienne Liotard. The company was changing partners and owners, and today is an independent business unit owned by the multinational Hosta Group.


1º_ Gentilicio and relative to the region Tuscany ( Italy ) . 2º_ In the Río de la Plata is a generic for "cigar of Italian origin", although in reality 'Toscano®' is the trademark of a traditional cigar created by accident in the Manifattura Tabacchi of Florence in the early nineteenth century, when a storm wet some that were reserved for the Grand Duke of Tuscany, and that they were dried for not discarding them, discovering that the rain had intensified their flavor. Although with other owners, the brand – which pays homage to the duke – still exists.


It is a brand of chewing gum originally produced in the US by Thomas Adams Jr. at the end of the nineteenth century with the name of Adams New York Gum, although by 1899 it was already marketed with the Chiclets brand, which exists until today. The name is taken from the Nahuatl tzictli, which is what they called the Sapota Zapotilla tree from where the resin was extracted for its manufacture, until in the mid-twentieth century it was already produced synthetically. For the brand the pronunciation "chicle" was used together with the imperative let. See chuenga .


It is the popularized name of the American automotive company Willys-Overland Motors (1908 - 1963), whose most famous vehicle was the off-road Willys MB, later known as Jeep. The origin is in the surname of its founder John North Willys.


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