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La Reina is a commune of Chile located in Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region. It was originally the Larraín family ranch; the corruption of the Larraín surname gives the area its unusual name. It was created in 1963 from an eastern portion of the Ñuñoa commune. It consistently ranks in the top five communes with the best quality of life in the Metropolitan Region.


"La reina" is a book by Laurance Landreth Hill.

  • also known as "La reina, Los Angeles in three centuries; a volume commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the founding of the Security trust & savings bank of Los Angeles, February 11, 1889"


"La Reina" a.k.a. "The Queen" is a 2013 short family drama documentary film written and directed by Manuel Abramovich.


La Reina is a Nicaraguan local breed originating from the Bos taurus varieties brought to America during the Spanish colonization in the 15th century. In the 1950s Joaquin Reyna and her uncle Juan Diego Sol, both being Nicaraguan breeders, formed a herd with approximately 200 females with typical characteristics of Creole cattle from which the Reyna breed was created, their name originating from Juan Diego Sol himself. Selection of animals was focused on red coat colour and milk production. The Nicaraguan government started an official inventory in the 1970s and in 1988 the Reyna cattle were declared as national patrimony, and in conjunction with the National Agrarian University of Nicaragua agreed to a genetic improvement program of the cattle. The purebred Reyna Creole cattle population in Nicaragua consists of about 650 purebred females, including calves, heifers and cows distributed in five herds. Considering four herds with records the number of cows presently amount to 285.

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Google previewThe Borough of Licab (2012)

by George F. Esguerra

Talavera de la Reina is an old city of ceramic façade in the history of Spain. (The Moors conquered Spain and had a tremendous influence on the art and culture.) Some beautiful houses in Spain were made by ceramic from Talavera. This city ...

Google previewOuting; Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction (1885)

It is called La Reina dc Noe/1e, The Queen of Night, for it flowers at night and resembles the night-blooming cereus.” We were sorry to miss enjoying all these nice fruits and flowers, but, unfortunately, Guaymas, when they are in season, is no ...

Google previewOuting and the Wheelman (1885)

It is called La Reina de Noc/ie, The Queen of Night, for it flowers at night and resembles the night-blooming cereus." We were sorry to miss enjoying all these nice fruits and flowers, but, unfortunately, Guaymas, when they are in season, is no ...

Google previewDictionary of the Literature of the Iberian Peninsula (1993)

by Germán Bleiberg, Maureen Ihrie, Janet Pérez

El secreto de la reina ( n.d.; The Queen's Secret), which was translated from a French work by Rosier y de ...

Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1960)

by John R. Clark Hall, Herbert Dean Meritt

Las fuentes y los arroyos desvia- dos cantaban en trescientos pilones, alrededor de la reina de las fontanas, de veinticinco chorros ruidosos. Abajo, en la llanura abundantemente irrigada, protegida de los vientos por el monte Bernisa, ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers (1991)

by Katharina M. Wilson

Obras sclecias ( 1 957; Comenis: Cristina Guzman, Vestida de tul, La fuenie enterrado, Yo, la reina. Las ftoras eontadas).

Google previewDictionary-catalogue of Operas and Operettas which Have Been Performed on the Public Stage: Libretti (1910)

de la Reina, Senas (Las) del Archiduque, Sueño (el) de una noche, etc., Tribulaciones, Valle (El) de Andorra, Varita (La) de virtudes. Vieja.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information

Vitebsk Vladlkarkas Saragossa ScgoTle Vladimir Serine Vladlmlr-Yolhynakly Slero Vologda Sim ancas Voronezh Soria Votklnsk Sueca Voznóse nek Tala vera de la Reina Vyatka Tarila Vyazma Tarragona Vyshnly-Volochok Warsaw Tarraaa ...

Google previewA dictionary of proper names and notable matters in the works of Dante (1898)

by Paget Jackson Toynbee

is thus told by the Anonimo Fioren- tino : — ' In questo mezzo che Minos stette a oste, la reina Pasife, moglie del re Minos, avea uno prato dirietro al suo palagio, nel quale fra gli altri armenti v' era uno bellissimo toro, del quale la reina ...

Google previewNew International Encyclopedia (1915)

Running west from Colon Park is the Calle de La Reina, which is continued as the Paseo de Tacon, a splendid drive passing the Botanical Gardens and terminating at the citadel of El Principe outside of the city. At the east entrance stands a ...

Google previewPopular Educator a Complete Encyclopaedia of Elementary, Advanced, and Technical Education (1858)

La reina comando che ciascuno s' andasse a riposare, the queen ordered that every one should go to rest, Rule 55–Nessuno or nissuno, niuno or nullo, meaning nobody, any one, no one, no ...

Google previewThe Standard Dictionary of Facts (1916)

History, Language, Literature, Biography, Geography, Travel, Art, Government Politics, Industry, Invention, Commerce, Science, Education, Natural History, Statistics and Miscellany by Henry Woldmar Ruoff

Originally called by the Spaniards Pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles (The town of the Queen of the Angels), hence Los Angeles, "the angels.

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