Synonyms for experiencias or Related words with experiencias
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Receipt of the "Premio Braque" from the French government in 1966 enabled Cancela and Mesejean to travel to Paris in 1967. On their return to Argentina they participated in "
N. Cuomo, A. Imola, Cuestionamos las
, «REVISTA DE EDUCACIÓN ESPECIAL», 2008, 1, pp. 49 – 58 [articolo]
he published several short stories where he pictured the early rise of Hollywood. The book was edited under the names "La inutil curiosidad" and "Las
de Miss Patsy" (Para qué? – "Ché" Ferrati, inventor—El viejo amigo—Las
de Miss Patsy—La grande ilusión—El tesoro de Cabeza de Vaca—Fracaso—El honor del ridículo)
The theme park was founded in 1984, and is under the management and marketing of the Mexican-owned
From 2010 to 2015, Xcaret
has been recognized as one of The Best Mexican Companies (Las Mejores Empresas Mexicanas), a recognition promoted by Banamex, Deloitte México and Tecnológico de Monterrey.
From 2010 to 2015,
Xcaret has been recognized as one of The Best Mexican Companies (Las Mejores Empresas Mexicanas), a recognition promoted by Banamex, Deloitte México and Tecnológico de Monterrey.
When young, he decided to study philosophy, but his true vocation pushed him to enter in 1947 the Institute of Cinematographic Investigations and experiences (Instituto de Investigaciones y
cinematográficas) in Madrid.
He was a member of the so-called "generación del Di Tella" (Instituto Di Tella) and is considered one of the first conceptual artist of the world. He participated on many exhibitions as "
del 68" and "Tucumán arde". He investigated social conflicts and epistemology subjects and wrote for the band Virus that began a new Argentine rock wave on the 1980s.
Una de las actividades más importante que el Club realiza cada año en la ESPOL es la Semana del Emprendedor, evento que cuenta con la participación de emprendedores nacionales y/o internacionales que comparten sus
. Durante la Semana del Emprendedor también se organizan concursos y el Desafío Emprendedor con el objetivo de incentivar entre los estudiantes el espíritu del emprendimiento.
worked as artistic director in the films by Jaime Camino El balcón abierto and Luces y sombras. He took part in the Eighth Salón de Mayo (at the old Santa Cruz Hospital in Barcelona, 1964) and in the exhibitions Muestra de Arte Nuevo (MAN), Barcelona 1971; Picasso 90 (Louvre Museum, 1971),
conceptuales (Escola Eina in
Additionally, Xel-Ha excels in habitat conservation. Xel-Ha retains 75% of its habitat through the Rescue, Reproduction and Reforestation of Native Plants Program, which started operation in 2000. The nurseries at Xel-ha helped contribute to a massive re-forestation effort by parent company
Xcaret Group, who planted more than 400,000 plants in 18 months. Nearly half the new plants were placed in public areas throughout Cancun and Riviera Maya.
Carlos Noriega Hope wrote a short story "El Tesoro de Cabeza de Vaca" which was inspired during a visit to Juan Pablo Aldasoro's Hacienda in the State of Jalisco in the 1920s. The Story appeared in the book "La inutil Curiosidad" later re-printed under the title of "Las
de Miss Patsy". Juan Pablo appears as himself in a fictional story of treasure hunts.
Since then, Divino has released such hits as "Llégale", featured in "Hector El Father Presenta Los Anormales" and "Un Simple Bandolero", featured in "MVP 2:The Grand Slam". With reggaetón earning international acclaim and Divino poised for even greater success, MVP Records released "Todo A Su Tiempo: Platinum Edition" on 2006. The album includes original recordings from "Todo A Su Tiempo", and the hits "Noche de Travesura", "Un Simple Bandolero" and "Llégale", with two brand new songs, "Amor de Una Noche" and "Para Donde Voy". He is also recording his second solo album, "Por
Born in Cazorla (Jaén), Picazo was raise in Guadalajara and studied law. Interested in filmmaking, he entered Spain's national film school, "Intituto de investigaciones y
Cinematográficas", graduating as director in 1960 with a practice film entitled "Habitación de alquiler" "(Rented Room)". He then became a teacher in the newly restructured "Escuela Oficial de Cine" (EOC) and eventually he was able to direct his first film, "La tía Tula" "(Aunt Tula)" (1964). An updated adaptation of the well known novel by Miguel de Unamuno, portraying the oppressive and puritanical environment of provincial life in Spain. The film, helped by a strong performance in the lead by Aurora Bautista as the sexually repressed title character, was a critical and commercial success and brought Picazo to the forefront of the new Spanish cinema.
Xel-Ha Park (Parque Xel-Há) is a commercial aquatic theme park and ecotourism development located on the Caribbean coast of the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico, in the municipality of Solidaridad. It is part of Xcaret
Group which also owns the Xplor Park, Xcaret Park, and Xenses Park; as well as the Xichen, Xenotes, and Xoximilco tours and activities. It is situated within the "Riviera Maya", a region promoted as a tourism corridor along Highway 307. It is approximately to the north of Chetumal, and south of Cancun. The park is named after the site of Xelha, an archaeological site of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization, part of which is located within the lands leased to the park. The Maya site of Tulum is nearby, some to the south.
Besides, he collaborated as Technical Editor for the collection of books that make up the "Plan Nacional de Empleo del Ecuador" (National Plan of Employment) that addresses topics such as: "Plan Nacional de Empleo y Desarrollo Local" (National Plan of Employment and Local Development), "Las Microfinanzas en el Ecuador"(Microfinance in Ecuador), "Inversión Pública y Uso Intensivo de Mano de Obra- Políticas y Metodología de Medición"(Public Investment and Intensive Labor Use - Policies, Methods of Measurement), "Empleo y Género" (Employment and Gender), "Jornadas de Intercambio de
de Proyectos de Empleo y Desarrollo Local" (Experience Sharing Conference Project on Employment and Local Development), "Censo Nacional de Cooperativas de Ahorro y Crédito controladas por la Dirección Nacional de Cooperativas"(National Census of Saving and Credit Unions controlled by the National Directorate of Cooperatives).
The Spanish army's interest in the tank began near the end of World War I, when a formal petition for one Renault FT light tank was made to the French government on 28 October 1918. This purchase, however, was not processed until 15 January 1919. Spain's "Comisión de
, Proyectos y Comprobación del Material de Guerra" (Experiences, Projects and Confirmation Commission) issued a formal order for an FT, armed with a cannon, and days later extended the order to include another three cannon armed tanks, and another FT armed with a machine gun. On 5 March the order was authorized and then extended further to include two more FTs, armed with the cannon. On 20 March the French government declared that they could not process the sale, and on 12 April the process to acquire these vehicles began anew.
"Telesecundaria" broadcasts more than 4,000 television programs on channel 11 of the six channels of Edusat ("Sistema de Televisión Educativa", "Educational Television System") of the Ministry of Public Education (SEP, "Secretaría de Educación Pública") of Mexico to more than 16,000 rural facilities serving more than one million students nationwide. The programs are transmitted daily between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. (Mexico City time) and re-transmitted between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays programs pertaining high school education are transmitted. Programming is complemented with general-interest, continuing education, and other shows about traditions and customs of the states of Mexico. For educators, audio visual content on each area of knowledge is provided for them, as well as the "
Compartidas" ("Shared Experiences") show.
Xcaret Park () is a privately owned and operated theme park, resort and self-described ecotourism development located in the Riviera Maya, a portion of the Caribbean coastline of Mexico's state of Quintana Roo that has been designated as a zone for tourism development. It is part of Xcaret
Group which also owns the Xplor Park, Xel-Ha Park, and Xenses Park; as well as the Xichen, Xenotes, and Xoximilco tours and activities. It is situated approximately south of Cancún, and south of the nearest large settlement Playa del Carmen along Highway 307. It is named after the nearby archaeological site Xcaret, a settlement constructed by the pre-Columbian Maya some of whose structures lie within the boundaries of the park's of land holdings.
He posted his first poetry book in 1969, which had the title "Santidad y guerrería" (Holiness and Guerrieri). This was followed by other books that shared the same genre of literature, among which stand "Hombre de luz" (Man of Light) (1972), "La mano universal" (The universal hand) (1985) and "De ese Dios de las totalidades" (This God of wholeness) (1991), among others. In 1981, Betanzos posted his doctoral thesis "
vitales en la obra poética de Miguel Hernández" (Life experiences in the poetry of Miguel Hernandez). Between 1980 and 1990, he published that which would be his only novel: "Diosdado de lo Alto (novela sobre la Guerra Civil Española, en dos partes, 1980y 1990" (Diosdado on High (novel about the Spanish Civil War, in two parts, 1980 and 1990).
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