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Willie Mullins, trainer of Argentino and Childrens List Argentino has been in good form since his Killarney win and hopefully he can improve a bit.
In 1909 a 98-type Mauser, the Fusil Mauser Modelo Argentino 1909, was adopted, along with the new German designed pointed Spitzer bullet.
BG Inversiones Argentinas will sell its 40,793,136 class A shares in Gas Argentino if the transaction is approved by regulators and if YPF Inversora Energetica does not exercise its right to purchase the shares, among other conditions.
En "Almafuerte y la poesia popular" se rescata del olvido la originalidad de este poeta argentino que compuso sus versos en los anos del parnasianismo y simbolismo franceses asi como el modernismo latinoamericano.
Causou espanto quando entrevistavamos o fotografo argentino de Cinema, Juan Carlos Landini, a sua afirmacao que reproduzimos acima.
The law refers to four kinds of dog which are banned: pit bull terrier; Japanese tosa; dogo Argentino and fila Braziliero.
El litoral argentino es habitado por varias especies de serpientes de la familia Viperidae, entre ellas Bothrops alternatus (yarara grande) y Bothrops diporus (yarara chica).
Argentino - Alanna and Ethan Argentino, of Eugene, a son.
The pit bull is one of four types of dog - the others are the Japanese tosa, dogo argentino and the fila braziliero breeds - banned in the UK under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991.
His biggest haul came on February 14, 1905, when he is believed to have held up the Banco de Tarapaca y Argentino in Rio Gallegos, escaping with a sum that would be worth at least EUR100,000 in the US today.
Ademas de esas referencias suministradas por Larre Borges, debemos registrar como realizaciones de ese mundo narrativo los textos Frente al frente argentino y Frente al frente paraguayo de la obra colectiva Los conjurados del quilombo del Gran Chaco (2001).
While conquering the classical world (he performed Don Quixote more than 1,000 times), Bocca also worked on Broadway in Fosse, with Boris Eifman's company in Russian Hamlet, and, in 1990, founded his own troupe, the Buenos Aires-based Ballet Argentino.
Three other types of dogs are also currently banned: the Japanese tosa, the Dogo Argentino and the Fila Brasileiro.
They are: Pit Bull Terrier, and Pit Bull cross-breeds, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, Fila Braziliero.
This past October, her most recent work, the full-length ballet "Adios Hermana Cruel" was premiered by Julio Bocca's Ballet Argentino in Buenos Aires.