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an offspring of a black and a white parent

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The novel begins with what will be the central fulcrum of the work: Sierva Maria de Todos los Angeles, the only child of the Marquis of Casalduero, is bitten by "[u]n perro cenizo con un lucero en la frente" (15) in the central market of the city as she accompanies "una sierva mulata a comprar una ristra de cascabeles para la fiesta de sus doce anos" (15).
Isabel Diaz is both described as a mulata and the daughter of an india, a description that appears to be contradictory.
Anzaldua's mestiza exists in borderlands, and is "neither hispana india negra espahola / ni gabacha;" (1) rather, she is "mestiza, mulata, half-breed / caught in the crossfire between camps / while carrying all five races on [her] back / not knowing which side to turn to, run from" (Borderlands/La Frontera 216).
As investigacoes mais recentes, aos poucos, demonstram que a origem gentia, negra ou mulata nao era concebida como defeito de sangue, mas de qualidade, como defende Maria Elena Martinez em seus trabalhos (15) e Francis Dutra neste dossie.
From the fiery and sultry mulata de fuego of historical times, to the fierce and cunning bravery of the 20th-century bearded guerilla fighters, tales of male (machismo) and female (marianismo) behavior permeate the island's literature, music and popular culture.
The US consumes 40% of the alcoholic beverages in the world, but Cuba must look for other markets to sell its leading rum Havana Club and other brands such as Varadero, Caney, Mulata, Santero, Legendario, Arecha, Santiago and Cubay in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Canada.
For example, in March 1978, Prince Charles of Wales visited Brazil and in an official reception in Rio de Janeiro, during a show of Beija-Flor, the prince danced samba with the mulata Pinah.
15 De genizaro y mulata, gibaro (From Genizaro and Mulatta, Gibaro)," oil on canvas, (c.
Hailing from Germany, the funk/electronic/fusion band had crowds uninhibitedly dancing to their whim as the Cameroonian Menoosha Susungi talk-sang to the audience and had them perform a hip-grooving dance with her, while guitarist Danny Martinez-Labana had them sing along to the groovy lyrics of "Balialo Mulata.
MULATA (created in Cuba in 1970 by bartender Jose Maria Vasquez): Ingredients: 50ml Havana Club Especial rum; 25ml Dark Cacao (chocolate liqueur); 15ml fresh lime juice; lime slice to garnish.
Female Chinese Macaca Mulata (macaques) were chosen as their infection by SHIV through the genital route closely resembles the observed human infection rate by HIV.
In Dancing to "Almendra," Porrata is attracted to a beautiful one-armed mulata named Fantina, who is somewhat older than he (she has a fifteen-year-old son who does not live with her).
To live in the Borderlands means you are neither hispana india negra Espanola ni gabacha, eres mestiza, mulata, half-breed caught in the crossfire between camps while carrying all five races on your back not knowing which side to turn to, run from; cuando vives en la frontera people walk through you, the wind steals your voice, you are a burra, buey, scapegoat, forerunner of a new race, half and half-both woman and man, neithera new gender To survive the Borderlands you must live sin fronteras be a crossroads (1987, 216-7)
To live in the Borderlands means you are neither hispana india negra espanola ni gabachacha, eres mestiza, mulata, half-breed while carrying all five races on your back not knowing which side to turn to, or to run from" (Anzaldua, 1999 p.
Antonio Vieira's maternal grandmother had been a mulata serving woman in the household of the Counts of Unhao.