cascabel


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a bell attached to a sleigh, or to the harness of a horse that is pulling a sleigh

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A sliding adjustable sight graduated to 1,000 yards is fitted to the right side of the cascabel housing, and while our initial shooting of the gun was at a much closer distance, I have heard of others firing their '77s at the extreme range and achieving surprising accuracy.
Cascabel includes three miles of the San Miguel River, 2,500 feet in elevation lower than Telluride; two custom-designed and built private homes, one with 16 rooms; a day lodge with a commercial kitchen; a spa pavilion with a pool; a hot tub and a treatment room; four guest cabins; a caretaker's cabin; and two ponds.
La cabeza estaba en su codo derecho; el cascabel, en el izquierdo" (Escandon 82).
A Little Book Of Monsters Llyn Hunter Bobcat Publishing 5105 Cascabel Road, Atascadero, CA 93422 9780977641901, $7.
95) enjoys Laurel Merlington's warm and professional reading as it tells of one Janna, who has braved the wild west and faces the warriors of El Cascabel along with a wild stallion and a stranger who may steal all their heart.
Valenti took this heartfelt style with him first to Cascabel, then to Butterfield 81 where Ruth Reichl pronounced him a "clairvoyant in the kitchen" for his seemingly supernatural ability to give diners what they want most.
The 'Animals: Desert' series focuses on desert creatures with the same bilingual format/age range reached for Gila Monsters (083-6848276) and its Spanish bilingual Mostruos De Gila (0836848411), Vultures (0836848314) and its bilingual sister Vultures/Buitres (0836848454) and Rattlesnakes/Serpientes De Cascabel (0836848-438).
If you cannot find them fresh in the shops then you may be able to find the dried variety, usually referred to as Cascabel, meaning little bell, because its dried seeds rattle when the chilli is shaken.
A 358oz cascabel of the metal ( a large knob at the rear of the cannon that held ropes to man-handle the weapon ( is stored at the Army's Central Ordnance Depot at Donnington and it is thought there is enough material left for about 85 more medals.
Each medal has been made by London jewellers Messrs Hancocks from the bronze of Chinese cannons captured from Russian troops at the siege of Sevastopol A 358oz cascabel of the metal - a large knob at the rear of the cannon that held ropes to man-handle the weapon - is stored at the Army's Central Ordnance Depot at Donnington and it is thought there is enough material left for about 85 more medals.
The association eventually grew to encompass 1,100 acres and includes a spiritual retreat center called the Cascabel Hermitage.
Try the red snapper filet with a citrus sauce or the lamb chops with cascabel chile.
The classes in a large demonstration kitchen at the Herald Square flagship store have hosted such renowned chefs as Thomas Valenti, co-owner and executive chef of Cascabel, and Jacques Torres, executive pastry chef at Le Cirque.
As the novel opens, Zoe has come to Cascabel Flats in the southwest to visit her Garden-of-Eden-obsessed brother, who farms rattlesnakes from which he hopes to extract an antivenin that will raise human consciousness and reverse the Fall.