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"The Natural Route" is a 2004 drama and short film written by Àlex Pastor and Martí Roca and directed by Àlex Pastor.
- also known as La ruta natural
- country: Spain
- language: Spanish Language
- director: Àlex Pastor
- production design by Irene Puig Sedó
- art direction by Susana Alonso, Diego Bardanca, José Bernal, Montse Grau, Isaac Lázaro, Blanca Pérez, Lluís Ribalta, Silvia Suárez, Pau Teixidor
- written by Àlex Pastor & Martí Roca
- cinematography by Eduard Grau
- edited by Eloi Tomàs
- music by Joan Villarroya
- genre: Drama
- released in (11 years ago)
- award: - Goya Award for Best Fictional Short Film nomination for Àlex Pastor
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Interlanguage Pragmatics (1995)
Requests, Complaints, and Apologies by Anna Trosborg
The natural route is a product of the learner's vernacular style; and, as formal instruction develops only the learner's careful style, it is powerless to effect the route of SLA as long as this is measured through tasks which call upon the vernacular ...
by James Orr
furnishing the natural route for Jacob's entrance to the promised land. At Damieh (probably the Adam of Josh 3 16), the Ghdr ...
by Charles Burney
The natural route through Karatepe leads up from the Cilician plain (Kizzuwadna in the Late Bronze ...
Band / Volume 2: Spezieller Teil 1 / Special by Ernst Derra
The natural route of access to the tricuspid valve is the right auricular appendage braided silk is applied about its periphery (but within ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (2016)
11th Edition by Various Authors
Besides the dozen forts on the wall, one or two outposts may have been held at Ardoch and Abernethy along the natural route which runs by Stirling and Perth to the lowlands of the east coast. This frontier was reached from the south by two ...
by Michael T. Murray, Joseph Pizzorno
even if the nutritional approach has considerable support in the scientific literature that proves its safety and effectiveness, most doctors will caution patients against going the natural route or tell them that while it won't hurt them, it won't help ...
Encyclopedia of Virology (1999)
by Allan Granoff, Robert G. Webster
Experimental transmission studies have provided strong evidence that the waterborne-oral feeding route may represent the natural route of transmission. Some evidence has been presented to suggest the role of seagulls as the probable ...
by Robert Charles Zaehner
m blocked the natural route into the interior. Nineteenth-century missions had little success in penetrating Muslim countries and recent reports have suggested that the initiative in West Africa ...
The Encyclopedia Americana (1903)
by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines
Caribbean Sea, and guards the Windward Passage, the natural route for commerce between the Atlantic Ocean and the "American Mediterranean," which is equivalent to saying, if we take the larger view, that it guards the route of commerce ...
The natural route of MDV infection is via respiratory tract following inhalation of infectious cell-free MDV from a contaminated environment. The role of the lung in MD pathogenesis is not clear and it is presumed that phagocytes present in the ...
by Brian W.J. Mahy, Marc H.V. van Regenmortel
Aerosol administration mimics the natural route by which these two viruses are contracted and preliminary studies show that aerosolized vaccine uptake and efficacy is as good as or better than the current injection route. Use of aerosolized ...
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