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"Especiaria" is an album that was nominated for Best Engineered Album in the 2007 Latin Grammys.

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Google previewNew Dictionary of Technical Terms (1842)

Containing: 1. Commercial Or Mercantile Terms ... 2. Judicial Terms ... 3. Nautical Terms ... 4. Denomination of Articles, in ... Different Languages ... by Karel Pieter ter Reehorst

especiaria. uve. rosin er. rozijnen. passas. prugne. plumar. pruimen. amcixas. coriandro. corender. corinthen. corinthas. pepe. peber. peper. pimento jamaico pimento. piment. piment. piment. canella. canel. kaneet. canella.

Google previewA Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present Time (1875)

Franklin to Hall

e dos desvairados caminhos por onde a pimenta, e especiaria veyo da India ás nossas partes: obra certo muy notavel, e copiosa. Composto pelo famoso Antonio Galvaó, Offerecido ao Excellentissimo Senhor Dom Luiz de Menezes, Quinto Conde da Ericeira, do Concelho de Sua Magestade, Coronel, e Brigadeiro de Infantaria, Viso Rey, e Capitaó General, que foy dos Estados India, &c. Lisboa Occidental: Na Oficina Ferreiriana. M. Dcc.xxxI. Com todas as licenças necessarias.

Google previewA Dictionary of Commercial Terms (1856)

With Their Synonymes in Various Languages by Alexander Faulkner

Especiaria; Rus. Pranue korenja ; Sp. Especias, Especerias. Under this denomination are included all those vegetable productions which are fragrant to the smell, and pungent to the palate ; such as cloves, ginger, nutmegs, cinnamon, allspice, cardamoms, 8:c. SPIGELIA, CARoLINA PINK, PINK Roo'r, INDIAN PINK. A perennial, herbaceous, medicinal plant, (S. Marylandica), ...

Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Culinary & Menu Terms (2000)

by Rodney Dale

dad de la casa chefs speciality SPANISH especiaria spice ...

Google previewThe Commercial Cyclopaedia; Or Dictionary of Practical Commerce (1833)

Comprehending Details of Trade; a Succinct Description of Articles of Produce and Manufacture; an Account of Monies and Exchanges; the Situation, Extent, and Commercial Character of Countries, &c., &c by Joseph Macardy

Especies, Especiaria. RUs. Pranue korenja. Pol. Korzenie.) Under this denomination, are included all those species of vegetable production, which are fragrant to the smell, or pungent to the palate; such as cloves, ginger ...

Google previewThe London Commercial Dictionary, and Sea-port Gazetteer, Exhibiting a Clear View of the Commerce and Manufactures of All Nations; and Their Several Products (1819)

With the Name of Each in Every European Language ... To which is Added an Appendix Containing Tables of ... Duties ... by William Anderson (of London.)

Especies, Especiaria. — Rus. Priiniie korenja. — SP. Eso Especerias. – Sw. Speceri, Kryd9r . o all those drugs that have hot or pungent qualities; such as cloves, ginger, nutmegs, allspice, &c. &c.

Google previewA General Commercial Dictionary (1819)

Comprehending Trade, Manufactures, and Navigation; as Also Agriculture, So Far as it is Connected with Commerce; with Brief Abstracts of the Laws Relating to the Regulation and Protection of Trade and Tradesmen ... by Thomas Mortimer

Especies, Especiaria. Rus. Prünile Korenja. Pol. Korzenie,) consists of those kinds of goods usually sold by grocers. See GROCER. GROGRAM, (GER. Grohgrin. Du. Groforein, Grein. D.A. and Sw. Grossrún. FR. Gros-grain. IT. Grossograna, Grograno. SP. Gorgoran. Port.

Google previewWaaren-Lexicon in zwölf Sprachen (1797)

by Philipp Andreas Nemnich

Especies, Especiaria. Prantie korenia. . Коrzenie. 5piauter. Zink. 5pickheringe. Engliche Bück. Iinge. Spicknadeln. Н. Lardeerpriemen.

Google previewAn American Dictionary of the English Language (1877)

by Noah Webster

especiaria, especiairia, Sp., especeria, especieria, P; especiaria, It. spezieria.] : Spices in general; fragrant and aromatic vegetable substances used in seasoning. 2. A repository of spices. Addison. *::::::: :::A; n. (Bot.) An American shrub, the ark of which has a spicy taste and odor; the Benzoin odoriferum (Laurus benzoin of Linnaeus);- called also Benjamin, wild allspice, and fever-bush. Spi-cifer-ois, a. fiat. spicifer, bearing spikes or ears, from spica, ...

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