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  • "The real winner this evening is Latino power," he told me in Cubano-inflected English in between interviews with big mainstream and big Spanish language media outlets that had descended on the debate (officially called a "foro" and "forum") held at the University of Miami campus.

    Roberto Lovato: Univisi��n Presidential Debate: Media, Migrants Translating Power

  • Perhaps that "foro" is called as Chavez now thinks more highly of foreign folks than Venezuelans who seem more and more reluctant to love him unconditionally.

    01/01/2006 - 01/08/2006

  • Contact el gringo jalapeño on these foro or the Veracruz forum in particular for more information about Xalapa or about Veracruz City and environs.

    Spanish lessons

  • There is also a poster on these foro who is living in La Pesca.

    driving to Catemaco from McAllen

  • El Senado de la República está haciendo un foro llamado México ante la crisis: ¿qué hacer para crecer?, en el cual han invitado a expresidentes, gobernadores, representantes de la Banca y la Iniciativa Privada, con la supuesta intención de establecer un pacto que nos salve a todos de esta espantosa crisis económica que amenaza con tragarnos.

    ��Cu��ndo nos daremos cuenta de que M��xico es s��lo nuestro?

  • Haec si apud votarios, monachos, sanctos scilicet homunciones, quid in foro, quid in aula factum suspiceris? quid apud nobiles, quid inter fornices, quam non foeditatem, quam non spurcitiem?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Unice securus, ne excidam in foro, aut in mari Indico bonis eluam, de dote filiae, patrimonio filii non sum solicitus.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Though I allow these to be clear truths, and such as, if rightly explained, a rational creature can hardly avoid giving his assent to, yet I think he is far from proving them innate impressions in foro interiori descriptae.

    An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

  • The absolution of incest, committed by a layman, cost four livres tournois: “Ab incestu pro laico in foro conscientiæ turonenses quatuor.”

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • The laws of nature oblige in foro interno; that is to say, they bind to a desire they should take place: but in foro externo; that is, to the putting them in act, not always.

    Leviathan

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