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call

1. n. a decision; a prediction. The market behaved just as you said it would. Good call.
2. tv. to challenge someone. I called him, but he ignored me.
3. n. the early effects of a drug; the beginning of a rush; a rush. (Drugs.) You may not get the call on this stuff for twenty minutes or more.

call

in/into question
To raise doubts about.
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The shadowy Caudillo in Guzman's novel stands for both Obregon and Calle.
Waugh then presses relentlessly onwards through his account of the regimes of Calles and (from 1934) Cardenas.
81) and he hath sent hytt to Calles redy, and I hawe receyued hytt enerythyng acordyng to yowre remembravnce, sawe the cortens be stayned but on the ton syde.
After Cardenas forced Calles from power in the summer of 1935, constructed a new and more radical cabinet, accelerated land redistribution, and began implementing far-reaching socioeconomic reforms, as outlined in the Plan Sexenal, by the first quarter of 1936, U.
Frisch replied with a five-page rebuttal disavowing any sympathy for Communism or for Mexico's former President Calles.
Ayguals would sometimes point to specific instances of spatial control, such as the royal decree of August 3, 1834 "para que se plantease el Asilo de mendicidad de San Bernardino" (Maria 218) "el objeto de este establecimiento es recoger a los pobres que vagan por las calles, moralizarles y hacerles utiles a la sociedad" (Maria 219).
According to Marak, Calles "was faced with a daunting task.
La Trucha, at Calle de N[+ or -]ez de Arce 6 (00 34 91 532 0882), is all hanging hams and crisp calamari for [ETH]3.
Durante la presidencia de Plutarco Elias Calles se registro una profunda reorganizacion en los servicios sanitarios federales, determinandose las obligaciones y funciones que los delegados sanitarios requeririan seguir al pie de la letra en los estados, puertos y fronteras, y reiterandose que la vacunacion y revacunacion contra la viruela era obligatoria.
of Pennsylvania) examines the national education policies of Plutarco Elias Calles during his tenure as president of Mexico from 1924 to 1928 and during his wielding of de-facto rule for the subsequent seven-year period known as the Maximato.
More importantly, his life brings us into contact with a plethora of history-making people and events, including Emiliano Zapata and the Mexican Revolution, Presidents Obregon, Calles, and Cardenas, and the bitter confrontation between leftists and right-wing extremists at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (National Autonomous University of Mexico, or UNAM) in 1948.
Fernando Traverso's installation is called "Urban Intervention in the City of Rosario/ Intervencion Urbana en Calles de la Ciudad de Rosario" (2001).
Donde: Island Park en Springfield en las calles Mill y "B"
Por la complejidad y variedad del tratamiento de estos desperdicios en los corrales y la dispersion de esta documentacion, para esta nota me centrare unicamente en aquellas celebraciones llevadas a cabo en presencia del Rey, bien en el interior del Coliseo del Buen Retiro o como en los autos sacramentales, en calles y plazas publicas.
The two men were not on good terms with Villa, who threatened to mobilize an army against them should Calles become president.