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  • noun Plural form of cuadrilla.

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Examples

  • The organizational problems are especially apparent in the structure devided in "cuadrillas", typically four-man mining teams in the cooperatives.

    Chapter 8

  • They enter through the double red wooden gate, elegant and dignified as they stride across the ring toward the box of the Presidente in the paseillo, their passage, the procession of the cuadrillas.

    There is no such thing as a bullfight

  • They enter through the double red wooden gate, elegant and dignified as they stride across the ring toward the box of the Presidente in the paseillo, their passage, the procession of the cuadrillas.

    There is no such thing as a bullfight

  • The miners, organized into cuadrillas (four-man mining team) operate about 30 parallel, traditional beneficiation plants, some of which are only able to process coarse-grained feed exceeding 1 mm in size.

    Chapter 20

  • Only the combined raw-ore output of several cuadrillas would provide a volume sufficient to justify fine-grain separation steps.

    Chapter 20

  • The ore quantity being mined by the cuadrillas for processing is, however, too small to support a beneficiation which includes fine-grain separation.

    Chapter 20

  • Heads up, swinging with the music, their right arms swinging free, they stepped out, crossing the sanded arena under the arc-lights, the cuadrillas opening out behind, the picadors riding after, behind came the bull-ring servants and the jingling mules.

    The Short Stories

  • The youths of the cuadrillas were behind, their heavy capes furled over their arms.

    The Short Stories

  • Throughout this strange ceremony of prayer I seem to see the bull-ring again, and in place of the dilals the cuadrillas of the Matadors coming out to salute, before the alguazils open the gates of the toril and the slaying begins.

    Morocco

  • First come the three _matadors_, the eldest in the middle, the next on his right, and the youngest on the left; they are followed by their respective _cuadrillas_, the _banderilleros_, the _capeadors_, the

    The Land of The Blessed Virgin; Sketches and Impressions in Andalusia

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