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  • Neo-nazi lëvizje ka fituar vëmendje shumë në mediat e reja gjatë dy dekadave të fundit.

    ideonexus.com »2004» Maj

  • Un plomero refereria a la reja al fondo de un lavabo o tina como "coladera", en ingles, "drain".

    what' s the english equivalent

  • The etymology of which place while the Gemarists deduce elsewhere, namely, either from Tob reja, because it was fair to behold, or "because it was Betiborah, in the navel, or middle," &c.

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • I have seen the Gallego porters make themselves a hammock with the rope they always carry with them -- _mozos de cuerda_ they are called -- literally slinging themselves to the _reja_ or iron bars of the window of some private house, and sleep soundly in a position that would surely kill any other human being.

    Spanish Life in Town and Country

  • Recuerdo que a la izquierda [45-3] 05 de la puerta había una ventana de reja, [45-4] con cristales, y delante una mesa a la cual nos sentamos algunos de los oficiales, entre ellos C ...., que ha sido diputado a Cortes [45-5] por Almería

    Novelas Cortas

  • DON JUAN: Evidencia I believe the evidence, man, lo creo Ciutti; allí asoma Ciutti; there is still tras de la reja una dama. a lady behind the grill.

    Don Juan Tenorio

  • Here. podéis aquí: (A la reja derecha.) (At the right grill.) yo la llamo I'll call out,

    Don Juan Tenorio

  • (Doña Ana y Don Luis, a la reja (Doña Ana and Don Luis at the derecha; Don Juan y Ciutti, en la right grilled window; Don Juan calle izquierda) and Ciutti on the street to the left.)

    Don Juan Tenorio

  • CIUTTI: Al doblar la esquina, On turning the corner en esa reja vecina at the neighbouring window he visto un hombre.

    Don Juan Tenorio

  • At this little railed window the ladies are accustomed to sit and watch the passers-by -- nor are they very much displeased when some of the latter occasionally make free to _reguardar la reja_ (to look at the railing).

    Travels in Peru, on the Coast, in the Sierra, Across the Cordilleras and the Andes, into the Primeval Forests

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