Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of feria.

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Examples

  • While escaramuza performances may tagged on as an added attraction to any charreada or scheduled in ferias amistosas (friendly fairs), formal competitions on the state, regional and national level are programmed and sanctioned by the Mexican Charro Federation.

    My Life As An Escaramuza Mom

  • Not to mention the local "ferias" and parades and processions in the pueblitos around the country.

    The carnival

  • So important is the cultivation, preparation and consumption of nature's bounties that there are ferias (fairs) dedicated solely to the local harvest.

    Calendar of Mexican food festivals

  • So important is the cultivation, preparation and consumption of nature's bounties that there are ferias (fairs) dedicated solely to the local harvest.

    Calendar of Mexican food festivals

  • So important is the cultivation, preparation and consumption of nature's bounties that there are ferias (fairs) dedicated solely to the local harvest.

    Calendar of Mexican food festivals

  • This calendar is by no means a list of all ferias, but rather a month-by-month rundown of those devoted to particular foods.

    Calendar of Mexican food festivals

  • This calendar is by no means a list of all ferias, but rather a month-by-month rundown of those devoted to particular foods.

    Calendar of Mexican food festivals

  • This calendar is by no means a list of all ferias, but rather a month-by-month rundown of those devoted to particular foods.

    Calendar of Mexican food festivals

  • Juan, who went by El Pescador, fought for fifteen years, first as a picador, then in ferias in the south, then in the bloodless fights for the cruise ship tourists in Baja, before retiring to the guava orchards of Ronda.

    Carlos The Impossible (Part 1)

  • However, here are some practical reasons why this was not a huge deal: 1. Because the festive office trumped most Sundays, the dreaded 18-psalm Sunday Matins was rarely said festive Matins were, I believe, 9 or 12 psalms 2. The Leo XIII "votive offices" could be used on ferias, thus avoiding the 12-psalm Matins on ferias.

    Old Mass and old breviary

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