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bodega

n. a corner store; a local shop. (From a Spanish term for a wineshop, or simply borrowed from Hispanic speakers in the U.S.) I picked this little thing up at my local bodega.
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Como senala Liliana Girini, la bodega de este periodo era un "recinto relacionado al ambito de la vivienda; a menudo una habitacion aislada o adosada a esta; con gruesos muros de adobe y escasas aberturas que la hacian apta para soportar las grandes amplitudes termicas entre el dia y la noche" (2005, p.
Owner Matt Scriven said: "A great opportunity has arisen for us to expand our Birminghambased group of Bodega Bar and Cantinas into Sutton Coldfield.
Consejo Regulador, composed of representatives from the bodegas, is intent on maintaining the stature of Brandy de Perez, ensuring that the brand and what it represents are fiercely and jealously protected.
Debbie Anderson, Director of Business at Sir John Fitzgerald Ltd, added: "We are absolutely thrilled the Bodega has been nominated again by local CAMRA members the team at the Bod RA members the team at the Bod R -ega are passionate about real ale and this win demonstrates their hard work and commitment.
Bodega Dreams suggests that a current hindrance to an empowered Puerto Rican Harlem is the shift in Latino immigration occurring after Down These Mean Streets was published.
The group owns seven bodegas and produces olive oil and a nonalcoholic wine which is "first of it's class in the world," Moro said.
El 8 de febrero, cuando por primera vez sacaron a declarar a los detenidos ante el MP, mi hermano se dio cuenta de que la secretaria que tenia enfrente era la hija del dueno de la bodega, Roberto Leon Rubio.
For your movie going pleasure, the Grange Hall in Bodega Bay is transformed into a fun theater, and moviegoers will have the opportunity to peruse Hitchcock memorabilia, and get their photo taken in a "Hitchcock” themed photo booth.
Allcity (Empire Group) pioneered the bodega program, but the difficulty here is that it takes forever to set a quote.
The New York City Health Department launched a Healthy Bodegas Initiative in 2006, aimed at boosting the availability of and demand for healthy food in New York neighborhoods with the highest rates of poverty and chronic disease.
Los cambios que acontecieron conjugaron factores sociales, tecnicos (enologicos y constructivos), economicos, como tambien los requerimientos funcionales de acuerdo al tipo productivo de bodega, que podian ser de elaboracion o trasladistas; de elaboracion y expedicion; de elaboracion, conservacion y expendio; y de fraccionamiento (Oreglia, 1978).
Speaking ahead of the event at Bodega, Cork, last night Ms Roche said: "Chernobyl reminds us to renew our efforts to rid the world of a failed technology and to actively seek to replace it with safer, renewable and cheaper energy sources.
When Bodega Bamz was in his early teens, he hit a blunt laced with angel dust.
Esta CA se compone de dos bodegas de materias primas (una para cada proveedor), una bodega de producto terminado (fabrica) y tres bodegas de distribucion (mayoristas).
Ademas, permite a La bodega vender vino a los visitantes, fomentar la lealtad a la marca y mejorar los flujos de caja, esto es, actuar durante la visita para mejorar su exito empresarial (Diaz, 2008; Dood & Gustafson, 1997; Gilinsky et al.