Definitions

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  • n. an artificial language for international use that rejects all existing words and is based instead on an abstract analysis of ideas

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Examples

  • The activity Elena has planned for the class is something she calls “Río de la Vida,” the River of Life.

    American Grace

  • Moving away from the violent images of the first morning at the Río Piedras Campus 'gates, which were quickly disseminated and repeated by the media, the student movement has succeeded in gaining respect and admiration for their organized and creative means of leading the strike.

    Saskia Sassen: Beyond Protests: Students Making the Pieces of a Different Society

  • While Shannon declared the US 'intention to recognize the elections, the countries of the Río Group demanded Zelaya's immediate restitution.

    Daniel Altschuler: Stakes Rise for the United States in Honduras

  • Close the door to all the ignorant and incapable people named “Supa”, “Lopez”, “Fuentes del Río” or “Goldstein” and allow the entry of “Quispe”, “Linares”, “Posada de Gamboa” or “Levesque” that have enough experience to lead this country and take it forward.

    Peruvian Newspaper Questions Literacy of Indigenous Congresswoman

  • Ciérrenle la puerta a todos los ignorantes e incapaces ya sea que se apelliden “Supa”, “López”, “Fuentes del Río” o “Goldstein” y permitan que ingresen los “Quispe”, “Linares”, “Posada de Gamboa” o “Levesque” que tienen la suficiente experiencia profesional como para dirigir este país y llevarlo a buen puerto.

    Peruvian Newspaper Questions Literacy of Indigenous Congresswoman

  • The western section of the ecoregion (Pinar del Río) is included within one of the three most important centers of plant diversity and endemism on the island (CPD Cb3), in particular the Guanahacabibes peninsula, the Sierra de los Órganos and the Sierra del Rosario.

    Cuban dry forests

  • Other institutions or private organizations collaborate in management, protection and research, among them the Río Palenque Scientific Station.

    Western Ecuador moist forests

  • She urged them to contact Franciscan friars at the missions of the Río Grande pueblos and to solicit the construction of new missions for other tribes.

    The Lady in Blue

  • The region is influenced hydrologically by four river basin systems: the Rio Bravo (Río Grande) that establishes the political boundary between Mexico and the U.S.; the Río Casas Grandes, the Mapimí Bolsón and the Mayrán.

    Chihuahuan desert

  • El desarrollo sustentable en América Latina y el Caribe desde Río 1992 y los nuevos imperativos de la institutcionalidad.

    Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4)~ Chapter 6

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