vicuna


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Synonyms for vicuna

the wool of the vicuna

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a soft wool fabric made from the fleece of the vicuna

small wild cud-chewing Andean animal similar to the guanaco but smaller

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Vicuna had been a faithful follower of Correa and even voted in favor of indefinite presidential reelection when the 2015 National Assembly considered that constitutional reform.
En cuanto al logo, Maria Paz Vicuna expreso que la cruz es el signo mas representativo de los cristianos, <<como signo de esperanza y amor de Dios>>, y a esa cruz amarilla, color oficial del Vaticano, se une un perfil de Chile de cara a la visita del Pontifice.
The Canadians added a run in the second when Vicuna scored on a single by Adams.
Las dos secuencias con las que finaliza la pelicula documental de la poeta chilena Cecilia Vicuna (1948) ?
An extremely wordy Vicuna prone to much talk and wondering around in an idle manner spews forth his list or collection of words.
La elevada frecuencia encontrada podria ser explicada por el hecho que la vicuna se encuentra compartiendo su habitat con animales domesticos llevados por el hombre, como ovejas, CSA domesticos (alpacas y llamas) y equinos (caballos y mulas).
Para Benjamin Vicuna Mackenna un aspecto fundamental de las exposiciones historicas como la del Coloniaje constituia, por un lado, el desarrollo de un "respeto" hacia los objetos del pasado nacional y, por otro, la visibilizacion y el ordenamiento de las distintas fases de la "sociabilidad" chilena, cuya linea de emergencia se trazaba principalmente desde la Conquista hasta el gobierno de Manuel Bulnes (Vicuna Mackenna, 1873c, p.
Antiguo director del Archivo Nacional, Villalobos me dijo, entre sonrisas, una frase inolvidable: <<Se va a sorprender con el material que va a encontrar en la Coleccion Benjamin Vicuna Mackenna>>.
Cecilia Vicuna, who as a young artist in Chile was inspired by an image of Schwitters's Merzbau, continues his it's-all-material and ifs-all-connected spirit, forging her own path "between" and "among.
The wool is usually left in its natural color because it's very sensitive to chemical treatment A single vicuna produces a pound of wool every year and under Peruvian law it can only be harvested every three years.
Croix Collections is showcasing the luxurious vicuna sweaters at select retailers throughout the United States and Art Imig's of Kohler is among the very few to offer this rare garment by special order for the Fall 2014 season.
Vicuna, daughter of Maria Vicuna of Medway and Carlota Vicuna of Milford, has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbus, S.
He added that their company is welcoming applications, but only from those who can distinguish between the roar of a Bentley and Lexus engine, and the touch of cashmere and vicuna.
There are four different species of camels called llama, alpaca (both tame), guanaco and vicuna (both wild).