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A reference to La Malinche as " Marina " is made in the early 19th century Polish novel " The Manuscript Found at Saragossa ," in which she is cursed for yielding her " heart and her country to the hateful Cortez, chief of the sea-brigands.
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This could only have been a reference to the expedition then in the Pacific commanded by Jean-François de Galaup, comte de La Pérouse.
This may have been a reference to a report from the British Ambassador in Paris, who had believed that when La Pérouse ’ s expedition set out from Brest in August 1785 it had as one of its objectives the establishment of a settlement in New Zealand to forestall the British.
Maybe the most famous reference is the one contained in the opening sentence of “ Don Quixote de La Mancha ”:
Later La Scala became the reference theatre in the world, with its premières of Bellini, Donizetti, Rossini and Verdi.
In the first Tarot pack with inscriptions, the 18th-century woodcut Marseilles Tarot, this figure is crowned with the Papal tiara and labelled La Papesse, the Popess, a possible reference to the legend of Pope Joan.
The region was originally known to the Spanish as " La Cañada de Las Lagunas " which means " The Canyon of the Small Lakes ", in reference to two lakes found near the head of Laguna Canyon.
It was named after the Yazoo River, which, in turn was named by the French explorer Robert La Salle in 1682 as " Rivière des Yazous " in reference to the Yazoo tribe living near the river's mouth.
But there is also reference that Pisco has been produced in the Chilean cities of Santiago and La Serena in mid 16th century.
At the press conference after the fight, Castro called his winning punch La mano de Dios, ( The hand of God ), in reference to the Hand of God goal by Diego Maradona during a win by Argentine national team at the 1986 FIFA World Cup.
His family was middle class, and his reference to a certain Geoffroy de La Bruyère, a crusader, is only a satirical illustration of a method of self-ennoblement common in France as in some other countries.
Her name '" Camille " is actually a nickname given to her by first husband Gordon Souter in reference to the consumptive heroine of Alexandre Dumas ' La Dame aux Camélias.
According to Châteaubriand, in reference to Louis XVIII ’ s constitutional charter, the new constitution – La Benjamine, it was dubbed – was merely a " slightly improved " version of the charter associated with Louis XVIII's administration ; however, later historians, including Agatha Ramm, have pointed out that this constitution permitted the extension of the franchise and explicitly guaranteed press freedom.
The name Fleet was probably derived from the Norman French word La Flete meaning a stream or shallow water-a reference to the Fleet Pond from which fish had been taken for the monks in Winchester in Medieval times.
The scholar Ernesto Cavour in his book Alasitas, makes reference to anthropomorphic and zoomorphic stone, mud and gold figures that were found in the areas belonging to the Bolivian departments of La Paz, Oruro and Potosí.
It is said, however, that the melody has been known since 1840 as La Marsellesa Venezolana ( Venezuelan Marseillaise ), in reference to its subtle similarity to the French national anthem.
* In 2007, the Calle 13 song " La Crema " on the album " Residente o Visitante " makes reference to Toño Bicicleta as part of a laundry list of Puerto Rican culture and lore.
Samuel de Champlain, the first European to explore and map the area in 1615 – 1616, called it " La Mer douce " ( the calm sea ), also a reference to the bay's freshwater.
The Yazoo River was named by French explorer La Salle in 1682 as " Rivière des Yazous " in reference to the Yazoo tribe living near the river's mouth.
Although the word " tango " to describe a music / dance style had been printed as early as 1823 in Havana, Cuba, the first Argentinian written reference is from a 1866 newspaper, that quotes the song " La Coqueta " ( an Argentine tango ).
It was named " La Fenice ", in reference to the company's survival, first of the fire, then of the loss of its former quarters.
After Fujimori was sworn in for his third term, Toledo led his supporters in organizing a protest against Fujimori's alleged corruption, which became popularly known as La Marcha de los Cuatro Suyos, in a reference to the four suyu ( district ) in which the Inca Empire or Tawantin Suyu was divided.
The Balcón area was originally known as La Batería, a reference to the gun battery which existed there in a fortified tower.
Steve Martin's L. A. Story ( 1991 ) opens with a hotdog stand dangling under a helicopter passing by a roof-top pool with the sunbathing women waving as it passes, a reference to the opening scene of a statue of Christ being carried into the Vatican in La dolce vita.
Many of the songs on this album, notably " La Chica Banda " and " Labios Jaguar " makes reference of Native Americans and mestizos in Mexico.
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This attitude is commonly known as malinchismo and its bearers as malinchistas in reference to La Malinche.
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To ensure these tasks a " Studio sul potenziamento della Marina italiana in relazione al Patto Atlantico " ( Study about the Development of the Italian navy with reference to the Atlantic Pact ) was undertaken, which researched the structures and the methods for the development of the Marina Militare.
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it is a mystique, and their private language is rich in the multivalent ambiguities of sexual reference so that they dwell in a sexualized universe of discourse.
Within this frame of reference policies appropriate to claims advanced in the name of the Jews depend upon which Jewish identity is involved, as well as upon the nature of the claim, the characteristics of the claimant, the justifications proposed, and the predispositions of the community decision makers who are called upon to act.
Much of his earlier work was conceived in terms of a `` pseudo-anthropological '' myth reference, which is concerned with imaginary places and beings described in grandiloquent and travelogue-like language.
This is used as a reference for comparing the ohmic heating and the electrical energy obtained from the measured current through the element and the measured voltage across the element.
If Af is the change per unit volume in Gibbs function caused by the shear field at constant P and T, and **yr is the density of the fluid, then the total potential energy of the system above the reference height is Af.
The total volume of the system above the reference height is Af, and H can be eliminated to obtain an equation for the total potential energy of the system in terms of H.
The international unit is equipotent with the USP unit adopted in 1952, which was defined as the amount of activity present in 20 mg of the USP reference substance.
Another great danger is that the emerging middle class will feel itself increasingly alienated from the political leaders who still justify their dominance by reference to the struggle for independence or the early phase of nationalism.
We have been using the word `` public '' in quotation marks, that is, in its vernacular connotation with reference to the odd-lot index theory.
That reference in the Report is `` continuation of the trend toward an all-Negro school system '', a remark apparently occasioned by the increase of Negro school population from 74.1 per cent to 76.7 per cent.
Since I have already discussed his moral position, that discussion is incorporated by reference into the following pages, which will focus on the empirical and analytic side of Fromm's treatment.
During the assignment pass, each instruction is examined for reference to the symbolic name of an index word or electronic switch.
When such a reference is found, an actual address is assigned and the availability table is changed so that the assigned index word or switch is no longer available for later assignment.
Essentially, the stator or reference portion of the pickoff is established with respect to the true heading direction, and the platform is turned either manually or automatically until the angular electrical pickoff signal is reduced to zero.