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  • n. Plural form of tigre.


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  • "tigres," as the occupants of this box were nicknamed, and Rossini,

    Honore de Balzac, His Life and Writings

  • Tres tristes tigres tragaban trigo en un trigal. mazbook1

    Tres tristes tigres....

  • Tres tigres tristes en tres trastos tragaban trigo en un trigal.

    Tres tristes tigres....

  • Then I completely fumbled and tumbled and butchered "Tres tristes tigres ...."

    Tres tristes tigres....

  • Tres tristes tigres tragaban trigo en un trigal en tres trastos trozados. tashby

    Tres tristes tigres....

  • En un trigal, en tres trastos, tragaban trigo, tres tristes tigres.

    Tres tristes tigres....

  • One retablo told the story of deliverance when they were "sosprendidos" por dos tigres (caught by surprise by two large cats) as they passed over the mountains near Tuxpan.

    Retablos.....unique art form

  • If mankind were a ranch, other races are lions, tigres et sequentia.

    New Profile Of The Black Man

  • Padilla had questioned the wisdom of giving lavish prominence to so mediocre a novel as Otero's when Tres tristes tigres, certainly the finest novel written by a Cuban since the revolution and one of the finest novels ever written in Spanish, remained unpublished and unmentioned.

    Literary Life in Cuba

  • My only sentence on the subject went as follows: "As for Heberto Padilla, he was sacked from his job with the official party newspaper, Granma, for defending Tres tristes tigres."

    Literary Life in Cuba


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