Perejil


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a small uninhabited Mediterranean islet claimed by both Morocco and Spain

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En 2003 publique en el libro Comunicacion y guerra en la historia, un capitulo sobre el famoso conflicto del islote perejil, analizando los titulares de prensa de los principales diarios espanoles.
En estudios anteriores hemos mostrado in vitro que el perejil presenta evidente efecto antioxidante (13-16), al igual que las fresas y mucho mayor que otros alimentos, como naranja, brocoli (17), ajos, cebolla, limon (18,19), pimiento (20), cebolla china (21), betarraga (22), hojas de coca y anis (17) evaluados frente a sistemas ascorbato/Cu(II), generador de *OH y phenazina metosulfato (PMS)/nitro blue tetrazolio (NBT)/nicotin adenin dinucleotido reducido (NADH), generador de [O.
900 gr de bacalao en trozos (tratados como se indica anteriormente) Para la salsa verde: 4 dientes de ajo picados 1 ramo y medio de perejil lavado, sin las ramas duras y picado 6 cucharadas de aceite de oliva 1 taza de chicharos congelados o cocidos previamente taza de ejotes tiernos y cortados en trozos, previamente cocidos 2 vasos de vino blanco 4 huevos duros cortados en rebanadas y pimienta
Cuantas veces habiamos oido hablar los espanoles de la isla del Perejil antes de que al Gobierno marroqui le diese por ocuparla?
Yesterday, the 30-acre Perejil - Spanish for parsley and known in Morocco as Leila - had returned to its usual status, uninhabited except for a few grazing goats.
But Foreign Minister Ana Palacio said 'Spain has no desire to stay in Perejil.
Ms Palacio rejected an offer from United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to mediate in the dispute with Morocco over Perejil.
The first three films in the Latin Cinema Collection include "Cilantro Y Perejil," "El Imperio de la Fortuna" and "Angel De Fuego.
A 28-member unit of Spanish special forces, backed by Cougar helicopters, launches a pre-dawn raid on the Perejil Island ejecting six Moroccan soldiers who set up a camp on the island on July 11 (see last week's Recorder).
Two soldiers hoisted the flag of Spain and national pride was restored after a six-day occupation of the disputed island of Perejil.
Spanish forces had earlier evicted a unit of Moroccan soldiers from the island, which Spain calls Perejil and Morocco calls Leila.
SPAIN'S rapid and aggressive action to remove Moroccan soldiers from the disputed islet of Perejil may well open a few eyes over the question of Gibraltar's sovereignty.
Speaking in Rome, Mr Youssoufi promised he "would work to find a rapid solution" to the Perejil island situation and would "avoid making the conflict more dramatic".
In Copenhagen, the European Union presidency called on Morocco to withdraw its troops from Perejil island ``immediately''.