Synonyms for propia or Related words with propia

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Examples of "propia"
En defensa Propia ("In Self Defence") is a 1917 Mexican film directed by Joaquín Coss. It stars Mimí Derba, María Caballé and Julio Taboada.
En carne propia (English title: "In my flesh") is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carlos Téllez for Televisa in 1990. The story based by Octavio Muriel, because he had no hand but a metal prosthesis, was nicknamed ""The hand squeezes"".
During 2011, Barrientos had guest-starred shares featured on the programme "En Su Propia Trampa" of the press department of Canal 13 and in the night telenovela "Peleles" in the same television channel.
In 1917, the former vaudeville star Mimí Derba, founded the Azteca Studios, that realized notable films among 1917 and 1923. The most successful of these films was "En defensa Propia" (1921).
Rosina and Procopia (known as "Propia") are two young sisters who have grown up in an orphanage, but the day comes that they should go out and meet the real world. They move to the capital where they get accommodation in a neighborhood. As Rosina has a talent for sewing, decides to put a sewing business at home.
Galicia has two official languages: Galician (Galician: "galego") and Spanish (known in Spain as "castellano", "Castilian"), both of them Romance languages. Galician originated regionally; the latter was associated with Castile. Galician is recognized in the Statute of Autonomy of Galicia as the "lingua propia" ("own language") of Galicia.
By the end of 2012 she started working for Bío-Bío Comunicaciones, on the radio and the television channel of the company: Radio Bío-Bío and Bío-Bío Chile TV. She is the host of the radio and TV programs "Agenda Propia" and "Mesa de diálogo". Also works in "Radiograma" with Nibaldo Mosciatti.
The "Archivo Judaico" came about as a result, the abbreviation AJ appearing in the records. One of them concerned a woman in Barcelona with no known political affiliation: ""Se le supone la peligrosidad propia de la raza judía (sefardita)"". The word "Jew" would be written in red ink on permits.
Raúl Velasco hosted the show. "Cadenas de amargura" won 7 awards including Best Telenovela of the Year, the most for the evening. Other winners "La Picara Soñadora" won 3 awards, "Muchachitas" and "Mágica juventud", won 2 awards and "Al filo de la muerte", "Alcanzar una estrella II", "En carne propia" and "Milagro y magia" won one each.
Well known authors include Jose Leon Sanchez, Aquileo J. Echeverría ("Concherías"), Manuel González Zeledón ("La propia"), Carmen Lyra ("Cuentos de mi tía Panchita"), Joaquin Gutierrez ("Cocori, Puerto Limón, Manglar"), Carlos Luis Fallas ("Marcos Ramírez, Mamita Yunai"), Carlos Salazar Herrera ("Cuentos de angustias y paisajes"), Isaac Felipe Azofeifa, Fabián Dobles, Jorge Debravo, Alberto Cañas Escalante, Yolanda Oreamuno and Eunice Odio.
The orchestra‘s repertoire includes classics such as "Adiós Nonino”, "Sur", "La Cachila", "La Puñalada" and "Milonga de mis amores" and unknown treasures like "Pampero", "En carne propia" or the waltz "El Paisaje, and new compositions like "Ironía del Salón" and "Corralito".
Lleva como un viático, por la vida, tu decisión de contribuir a la humanización propia y ajena, para rejuvenecer al mundo y sobre todo, ábrele los brazos del amor de Dios, a todo aquel que quiera acercarse a ti no lo menosprecies porque no esté a tu altura no cierres tus oídos espirituales, porque tú nunca sabes en qué pequeñez Dios quiera hablarte. Sé joven para Dios y para el mundo.
Among his first major oil canvases in Rome, Maccari painted "Vittoria Colonna meditates on the Poetry of Michelangelo". Another canvas, "Sira che sacrifica la propia vita for the padrona Fabiola" won a medal at the Exhibition of Termini (Rome). Next, his canvas "Un palpito del passato" was awarded a gold medal at the Exposition of Parma. He painted two figures in the church of Santa Francesca Romana. He was commissioned a "Deposition" by the marchesa di Cassibile.
It is known that he entered the Dominican seminary of San Antonio Abad in Cuzco. There, as a young student, he wrote many of his plays. He wrote plays in both Spanish and Quechua. He wrote in Spanish the drama "Amar su propia muerte" (To Love One’s Own Death) (ca. 1645). Characters of this play include Sísara, a general of Canaan; Jabín, king of Canaan; Jael; Barac, a general of the armies of Israel.
The Unión de Trabajadores por Cuenta Propia (UTCP, Union of Self-Employed Workers) is not an organism of UGT. It is a bottom-up association, formed by the farmers' union UPA and the professional and autonomous workers' union, UPTA, who united in this manner to enhance their representation inside the Union and to form a united front on factional issues where they have common interests.
Alción Editora, Córdoba, Argentina, published a new edition of "Pasos bajo el agua" in November 2002. In 2003 Alción also published the Spanish version of "Patas de avestruz", and in July 2004 "Ofrenda de propia piel", a collection of short stories, came out by the same publishing house. She continues to publish her short stories in magazines and anthologies in different countries and languages, including Hebrew in literary magazines in Israel.
La Banda de Cornetas y Tambores de Ntro. Padre Jesús Rescatado de La Solana fue fundada en 1965 por Antonio Serrano, tras la decisión de la cofradía de fundar una Banda de Cornetas y Tambores propia. La Banda desfila por primera vez con once componentes en la madrugada del mismo año acompañando a su titular por las calles de La Solana, ataviados con las túnicas de la hermandad.
In 1990, Aragón starring in two television productions: "Días sin luna" (where she plays a woman with a terminal illness) and "En carne propia". In 1992, Aragón plays the role of "Chole", a Zapotec Indian woman in the telenovela "De frente al Sol" and in its sequel "Mas allá del puente" (1993). In 1996, she participates in "Cañaveral de Pasiones". This will be the last soap opera to date by Angelica in Televisa.
Sayed Gouda, el poeta, no negocia, presenta su mundo particular, su paraíso perdido, y con la verdad (la suya, intransferible) se revela. Desde su propia montaña, se declara abiertamente en contra de la Injusticia, el desorden, en una realidad dislocada; poesía en verdadero contrapunto con un mundo vacío de contenido, donde el poeta queda solo, anunciando sus verdades frente a la incomprensión de un mundo distraído, mayoritariamente carente de sensibilidad.
Asturias was one of the first Latin American novelists to realize the enormous potential of language in literature. He had a very profound linguistic style that he employed to convey his literary vision. In his works, language is more than a form of expression or a means to an end and can be quite abstract. Language does not give life to his work, rather the organic language Asturias uses has a life of its own within his work ("El lenguage tiene vida propia").