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  • Se decía del caballo negro, sin mancha ni pelo de otro color.

    Hito

  • "mancha" of the cinchona-trees was not far off, so their journey would be a short one.

    The Forest Exiles The Perils of a Peruvian Family in the Wilds of the Amazon

  • "mancha" of the cinchona trees was not far off, so their journey would be a short one.

    Popular Adventure Tales

  • For example, when translating to Spanish, the game of “tag” is pretty well known, but there are several options for expressing it Spanish: “corre que te pillo”, “pilla pilla”, “la mancha”, “tenta”, and several other examples that depend on the specific region in the Spanish-speaking world where the children will be playing.

    Translating Children’s Stories

  • Today's cooking story from Adriana's kitchen is mancha mantel.

    Mancha Mantel -- something new to me

  • Entre las piernas, hay "la mancha de la ausencia/La desembocadura del dolor" y no se quiere criar nada: "los hijos son del diablo".

    veruscio Diary Entry

  • January 23, 2007 11:56 AM blue spot blue mancha said:

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  • Hence the suspicion that Harper (and his predecessors) wouldn't be prpared to fight for a unified canada or would let Quebec slide quietly out the door. (hence la-mancha's "good faith" comments in the link) Will a PM Harper genuinely try to engage with Quebec, or will it be a sham?

    reek

  • Rolly, I don't know the precise medical terminology for the phenomenon you describe, but I think it would be enough to tell the optomólogo this: "Apareció muy de repente el otro día una mancha flotante, negra y grande que veo solo con el ojo izquierdo."

    An eye problem

  • - No puedo quitar la mancha (or) no se le quita = I can't get the stain out (or) the stain won't come out.

    uses of verbs Sacar Quitar [se] Despegar y Retirar

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