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  • This sounds like what is known as 'asiento' in other regions of the country.

    Zurrapas

  • ; -) This sounds like what is known as 'asiento' in other regions of the country.

    Zurrapas

  • By Woody: un moderno TABURETE con asiento de madera moldeada on January 16, 2010 at 7: 23 am

    Woody Wood Rug

  • El marco interno de apoyo esta hecho de plástico reforzado con vidrio y procesados con aberturas originales y nervaduras que garantizan la comodidad del asiento.

    Rigidified table cloth (resin), with no feet

  • You can also get your tlayuda with asiento, frijoles negros, quesillo, and then add salsa ...

    Oaxaca please.......hold the mole?

  • Be sure to try tasajo (delicious grilled beef, which might be the meat in Anónimo's photograph), and a tlayuda con asiento (a great big crisp tortilla spread with what's on the bottom of the pot after lard is rendered and strained -- it's marvelous).

    Oaxaca please.......hold the mole?

  • Cerca de ella había un taxi y alguien medio agachado en la puerta de atrás, como queriendo sacar algo pesado del asiento o del piso.

    veruscio Diary Entry

  • The asiento (license) gave the English the exclusive right for 30 years of bringing African slaves into the Spanish possessions.

    4. Wars of England with France and Spain, 1651-1763

  • After the War of the Spanish Succession (See 1701–14), Great Britain obtained the asiento, or monopoly of slave trade with the Spanish possessions, by the Treaty of Utrecht (1713) (See 1713, April 11).

    7. Foreign Encroachments and Territorial Changes, 1580-1800

  • Treaty of Seville with Spain; restoration of conquests; asiento confirmed.

    1720

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