Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of eastern Argentina near Buenos Aires. It is an important commercial and industrial center.

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Examples

  • Notwithstanding this, he became indignant when the so-called "Avellaneda" published his prolongation of the adventures of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, and he bestirred himself to furnish his own rounding out of the story and to make all other spurious sequels impossible by killing off his hero.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • As to the personality back of the pseudonym "Avellaneda" many surmises have been made Lope de Vega has been suggested, so have Tirso de Molina and Juan Ruiz de Alarcon, but all proposed identifications have to be rejected.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Whoever in "Avellaneda" was, it must be said in simple justice to him that his literary merits are not slight, and that those critics err who seek to minimize them.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • One scenario for Argentina is accelerating the depreciation of the peso to keep pace with the real, said Maria Belen Avellaneda Kantt, an analyst at the Argentine Center for International Studies.

    Argentina Sees Peril Next Door

  • We don't know why they disappeared, but we want to know if they're here, said Avellaneda, whose husband went to pick up a friend near their home in Matamoros.

    72 bodies at burial site as Mexicans seek missing

  • We don't know why they disappeared, but we want to know if they're here, said Avellaneda, whose husband went to pick up a friend near their home in Matamoros.

    72 bodies at burial site as Mexicans seek missing

  • Margarita Avellaneda, 41, clutched the flier she has posted around Matamoros since her husband disappeared in October.

    72 bodies at burial site as Mexicans seek missing

  • Margarita Avellaneda, 41, clutched the flier she has posted around Matamoros since her husband disappeared in October.

    72 bodies at burial site as Mexicans seek missing

  • It was run by Genia Jospe Kobrinsky (1906 – 1964), wife of Dov Kobrinsky, principal of the Hebrew school in Avellaneda.

    Argentina: Jewish Education.

  • It is true, the Arabian sage returned to his allegiance, and thereafter composed a genuine continuation of the Knight of La Mancha, in which the said Avellaneda of Tordesillas is severely chastised.

    The Monastery

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