rocambole


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Synonyms for rocambole

European leek cultivated and used like leeks

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When kept at 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit, rocamboles store about four months, other hardneck garlic varieties usually last six months, and softneck and elephant garlic store for eight months or more.
Rocambole ingreso a la Argentina en las ediciones de Maucci" (1999: 64).
En El regreso de Tarzan, segunda novela del ciclo, el Mono Blanco se pasea por los bulevares de Paris, bebe ajenjo y protagoniza una serie de aventuras en el mas puro estilo de Rocambole.
Hardneck, or "Ophio" for Allium sativuum ophioscorodon, garlics include three varieties: Rocambole, Purple Stripe, and Porcelain.
There are three main subdivisions of hardneck garlics: Rocambole, porcelain and purple stripe.
Las historias de detectives dan origen a numerosas adaptaciones en el teatro, Rocambole, Fantomas, o Holmes y Rafles, como en este caso: Holmes y Raffles: Desafio del celebre "detective" y el famoso ladron, fantasia melodramatica en un acto y cinco cuadros, en prosa, letra de Gonzalo Jover y Emilio G.
The "letters" section also includes two recuperations: one of Second Empire popular fiction (Catherine Dousteyssier-Khoze contends that Ponson du Terrail's character Rocambole is a precursor to Naturalism), and the other of Claude Vignon (pseudonym of Marie-Noemi Cadiot).
Las figuras de Francia se extienden con profusion a lo largo de Diana cazadora; un inventario apenas parcial presentaria una coleccion de nombres como esta: Assolant (204), Balzac (61), Boileau (135), Carnot (93), Chateubriand (53), Coppee (77, 137), Daudet (93), Dreyfus (35, 53, 147), Faure (35), France (35, 93, 115, 117), Gaboriau (62), Hugo (137), Michelet (116), Millet (120), Prevost (137), Renan (92), Rocambole (138), Rolando (149)y Zola (35, 53, 70, 154).
Chronicles of France] in verse; Ponson du Terrail's Rocambole ("un roman qui ne finirait jamais" ["A novel that would
Nor are the novels of Dumas's successors, of the now all-but forgotten Emile Gaboriau (1835-73), termed in a 1901 edition of Chambers's Encyclopaedia as 'the great master of police novels' of which Monsieur Lecoq (1869) is generally reckoned to be the best, and of Ponson du Terrail (1829-71) with his creation Rocambole, detective stories in the modern sense.
Most often planted in climates with cold winters, ophioscorodon garlic is called "top-setting," "ophio" or "hardneck" garlic; the family includes Rocambole, Continental and Asiatic types.
Our favorites include Chesnok Red (also known as Shvelisi), Cichi, German Extra Hardy and our own local heirloom, a rocambole similar to the famed gourmet garlic, Spanish Roja.
Cena rustica me dieron Las montanas de Ortigueira, Y sin ayuda de nadie, Adquiri cultura y ciencia Alli admire las hazanas De Rocambole y Candelas, Del Chato del Escorial Y del gran Sacamantecas; Estudiando en los periodicos Que son la mejor escuela.
This group or subspecies has a host of common names: stiffneck, topsetting, ophio, serpent, rocambole, etc.