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Google previewFodor's Los Cabos (2013)

With Todos Santos and La Paz by Bob Fagan, Marie Elena Martinez, Jeffrey Van Fleet, Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc

sauce, and El Doblon is a giant chop on the bone. Various sized lobsters and lobster tails are served with spinach puree and linguine or potato, while other options like Alaska king crab, conch, coconut shrimp, or beef medallions round out ...

Google previewFodor's Los Cabos & the Baja Peninsula (2010)

by Georgia deKatona, Larry Dunmire, Coco Krumme, Jeffrey Van Fleet

Menu items are named after pirates and Caribbean marine history, so Sir Francis Drake is the rib-eye steak, El Barbolento is abalone sashimi with spicy diablo sauce, and El Doblon is a giant chop on the bone. If you desire a major lobster ...

Google previewA Counting-house Dictionary (1893)

Containing an Explanation of the Technical Terms Used by Merchants and Bankers in the Money Market and on the Stock Exchange... by Richard Bithell

Doblon or Doubloon. Literally a “double one” referring to the monetary unit of value, and more particularly in Spain to the double-pistole. The name ...

Google previewA New School Dictionary of the English Language (1908)

Embracing a Carefully Prepared Vocabulary of Words in Popular Use, Together with Tables Exhibiting the Pronunciation of Ancient and Modern Bibliographical and Geographical Names, Scripture Proper Names, Christian Names, &c., &c by Joseph Emerson Worcester

doblon (half condor), escudo (quarter condor). Silver: Peso, and divisions. Colombia .... Bimetallic Gold dollar ( not Gold : Condor ($9,647), double condor. coined ) Stiver: Dollar, and divisions. Costa Rica .

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Costa Rica (1991)

by Theodore S. Creedman

DOBLON. A colonial unit of currency. Originally worth two cas- tellanos , hence the name. It had various values which changed over the course of time. It was generally a name used for multiple escudos and was adapted by Philip II in 1537 as ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Terms, Phrases,and Quotations (1895)

by Henry Percy Smith

Spelt also Doblon. The modern doblon is, however, worth five hard dollars, or about 2or. lod. Doubly oblique prismatic system.

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Scrabble value of D2O1B3L1O1N1

The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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