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“Probably the world’s most popular cuisine, an Italian meal is a masterpiece of structure: first the appetizer antipasto, often including a protein like cheese; then the primo plata, which is pasta or rice; the secondo plata, which is meat or fish; then the dolce, which will probably include fruit.”
“The Empire didn't have the cash, or the military muscle, to make a "plata o plomo" proposal to them like they did to the Caribbean slave holders.”
“Certain other terms marked locations thought to hold metallic riches and color-coded accordingly: plata = silver [Plateros = silversmiths] oro = gold [Santa María del Oro]”
“Bueno pues, no soy aprista ni mucho menos es toy de parte de ningun gopbierno para mi tooooooodos son igules prometen y despues se tiran la plata y se mandan a volar a otros paises despues de gobernar.”
“There was no getting around the rule written in stone -- plomo o plata, lead or silver.”
“Threats to these critical components of any democratic society emanate less from a restless military and more from heavily armed criminals who create havoc in once safe neighborhoods and target investigative journalists and honest judges with "plata o plomo" - money or lead.”
“No quiero níquel ni quiero plata: yo lo que quiero es romper la piñata.”
“Word verification -Plata: Ken I getcha plata pasta?”
“We told a realtor that we were willing to buy for up to $4,000K plata (MX) and she pretty much sneered at us. - telling us that there was nothing available in that range.”
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Silvery words. (Mithril doesn't count.)
The delightful patois of Buenos Aires, part prison argot, part Spanish-Verlan (known as Vesre), part tango-lingo.
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