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Camela is a Spanish musical group, creators and style precursors baptized in the 90s as techno-rumba. Its components are Dionisio Martin Lobato and María de los Ángeles Muñoz Dueñas and until February 2013, Miguel Angel Jimenez Cabrera, all of them are from the Madrid neighborhood of San Cristobal de LA. This training is a landmark in the Spanish music, for without the acceptance of criticism and support of the media, became one of the groups of vendors lately, creating a musical and social phenomenon in its path. Camela are the second best selling in Spain in the last 20 years, only surpassed by La Oreja de Van Gogh, exceeding 7 million copies sold their entire discography.
- genres: Pop music, Techno, Flamenco
- albums: "Por Siempre Tu y Yo", "10 de corazón", "Amor.com", "No puedo estar sin él", "Simplemente amor", "Bella Lucía: 26 canciones de Amor" (disc 1), "Te Prometo El Universo", "Dioni, Angeles y Miguel", "Sueños Inalcanzables", "Lo mejor de camela", "Zona para bailar", "Solo por tí", "Sus 12 primeras canciones", "24 éxitos de oro", "Laberinto de Amor"
- official website: www.camela.es
Phrases with Camela
- Deinopis camela
- Microrape Camela
- Xyleborus Camela
- Coptodryas Camela
- Pterolophia Camela
- Tryphosella Camela
- species Deinopis camela
- Species Microrape Camela
- Species Xyleborus Camela
- Species Tryphosella Camela
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Lexicon Philologicum præcipue etymologicum et sacrum, in quo Latinæ et a Latinis auctoribus usurpatæ ... voces ex originibus declarantur ... Editio altera ... locupletior, etc (1655)
Quidam etiam dicunt camela pro foemina. camela occifa, camelarum lac.
by Robert M. Shipley
piedra de camela. Cinnamon stone. piedra de grosella (Span.). Grossularite. piedra de ijada (Span.). (Colic stone.) Original Spanish name for jade from which the words jade and jadeite have evolved in ...
by C. H. Kauffman
Flor de arbol de Camela; P. Flores de Cassia; D.A. Cassieblomstre; Sw. Cassiablomster; L. Flores Cassiae.) - - Cassia buds are the buds of the ...
Lexicon Antiquitatum Romanarum, in quo Ritus et Antiquitates cum Græcis ac Romanis communes, tum Romanis peculiares ... exponuntur (1719)
by Samuel Pitiscus
Nam fi exercitus impedimenta ob expeditiones publicas comportanda erant , camelis utebantur, y}; & camela* riis éx publico cibaria præftabantur. Sed. camelorum cufatm ÉÉ plurimi Vn albo defcripti erant, qui ordine finguli fua vice ἐitabaatur, ...
Universal Technological Dictionary, Or Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences, Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers and Illustrated by Plates, Epigrams, Cuts, &c. by George Crabb (1833)
CAMELA'RIUS (Ant.) a camel driver. CAME'LEON (Astron.) one of the southern constellations near the South Pole, which is invisible in our latitude. There are ten stars in this constellation, according to Sharpe's catalogue, which are, howeVer, ...
The Royal Dictionary (1893)
In Two Parts, English and Hindustani, and Hindustani and English
Camela, kor'a-kl, п.
Or, Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences : Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers, and Illustrated by Plates, Diagrams, Cuts, &c by George Crabb
CAMELA'RIUS (Ant.) a camel driver. CAMELEON (Astron.) one of the southern constellations near the South Pole, which is invisible in our latitude. There are ten stars in this constellation, according to Sharpe's catalogue, which are, however, ...
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Scrabble value of C3A1M3E1L1A1
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