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AIRES a.k.a. LAN Colombia, previously Aerovías de Integración Regional S.A., is a Colombian airline. It is the second largest air carrier in Colombia.
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Aires a.k.a. Christina Aguilar is of Filipino-Thai descent and is one of Thailand's most popular singers. With her debut album "Ninja", Aguilar was the first female artist in Thailand to sell over a million copies. Following it with several albums, Thais named her as the Thai "Dancing Queen". She is considered a "gay idol" of the Thai gay community. Christina is often mistaken for American pop star Christina Aguilera.
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by Michael Pigott, Santiago Oyarzabel
Plata, Buenos Aires is a city of important contrasts – often more so than its own people, the porteños, wish to acknowledge .
A Ritual of the Monkey (2010)
by Richard Sole
With over twelve million inhabitants, Buenos Aires is a megalopolis. It is the most elegant and busiest city in South America and is in some ways the essence of Argentine diversity. With a high beauty quotient among its people, city residents ...
A Hero of Love and War (2015)
A Story of World War II Heroism, Bravery, and the Endurance of Love by Thomas Morrow
Buenos Aires is a large, cosmopolitan city, ...
The Second Slavery (2014)
Mass Slaveries and Modernity in the Americas and in the Atlantic Basin by Javier Lavina, Michael Zeuske
Beyond that, Memorial de Aires is an unwieldy novel, which tells at least three stories at the same time. It focuses on two generations of characters and calls attention, painfully, to the contrasts between what lies ahead for each group ...
Jorge Luis Borges (2006)
by Jason Wilson
Buenos Aires is a city linked to the pickaxe, for it has turned its past into building rubble to rebuild according to the latest fashions. Borges's birthplace was typically colonial. A single – storey house with a high façade, a tall entrance hall ...
by Richard A. Crooker
Additionally, Buenos Aires is a center for printing, publishing, metalworking, and machine building. Other industries include the manufacture of chemical, beverage, textile, clothing, and tobacco products. Major exports from Buenos Aires ...
The Spiritual Rococo (2014)
Decor and Divinity from the Salons of Paris to the Missions of Patagonia by Professor Gauvin Alexander Bailey
Buenos Aires is a case in point: it became one of the epicenters of Rococo décor during an intensive population and building boom in the decades leading up to the city's elevation to capital of the new Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata in 1776.
by Richard J. Walter
Buenos Aires is a multiethnic city, but one that is overwhelmingly southern European in composition instead of the mix of largely Irish, Polish, and African Americans found in Chicago. The richness of culture, the pace of life, and the general ...
BUENOS AIRES IS AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SPLENDID RELICS, NOSTALGICALLY reminiscent of the old continent, with a charming mélange of Spanish and Russian cafes crammed with snooker or card players at all hours, elegant Parisian ...
City in Common (2016)
Culture and Community in Buenos Aires by James Scorer
Buenos Aires is a place of extreme inequalities and conflict and has its fair share of despondent nightmares. But it also offers more affirmative readings of the urban, underlining how the city also produces spaces of togetherness in which ...
Life At The Limit (2013)
by Sid Watkins
Buenos Aires is a wonderful city. The old architecture and the magnificent boulevards are reminiscent of the great cities of Europe and strolling in the streets one could almost believe that one was in Rome or Madrid. We all liked ...
Exporters' Encyclopaedia (1918)
(1/ia Bucnu: Aires) Reconquista .
A Colonial Lexicon (1999)
Of Birth Ritual, Medicalization, and Mobility in the Congo by Nancy Rose Hunt
Ministère des A√aires Etrangères et de Commerce Extérieur. Archives Africaines (aa). Brussels. Fonds: A√aires Indigènes (ai); Hygiène (h); foreami ( for); and Rapports Annuels, Congo Belge (ra/cb). Musée Royal de l'Afrique Centrale (mrac) ...
Dictionary of Military Terms (2009)
by U.S. Department of Defense
AI AIA AIASA AIC AICF/USA AIDS AIF AIFA AIG AIIRS AIK AIM AIM-7 AIM-9 AIM-54A AIMD AIQC AIRBAT AIRCENT AIRES Air Force working capital fund Air Force Weather Information Network Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Operations, ...
by John Jamieson
LEUER AIRES,s.;>í. Armoriai bearings. Complaynt S. LEVERE', LEVERA Y, s. 1.
With Its Application to the Arts and Manufactures, and to the Explanation of the Phaenomena of Nature... : with Plates and Tables by William Nicholson
h Aires of n'etalsare frequently found to fill certain clefts in mountains. These masses, when they run out in length, are called veins. Inconsiderable veins, which diverge from the principal, are called slips ; and such masses of ore as ...
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