Abrazo - Abrazo(Spanish)embrace Afuera(Spanish)outside...

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Abrazo  (Spanish) embrace. adobada   sauce  marinated sauce. Afuera  (Spanish) outside. Al contrario  (Spanish) to the contrary. Alameda  (Spanish) boulevard. Alcaide  (Spanish) jailer or guard. Alcatraz  shape to stuff things in. Algo más?  (Spanish) Anything else? Algún parentesco?  (Spanish) Any kinship? Amansadores  (Spanish) horse trainers, but very special ones who talk softly to wild animals. This is  a romantic west. Amobs  (Spanish) both. Andalusian  an ancient breed of horses from Andalucian, Spain; often gray, but also black or bay  (reddish brown) in color. Many horse breeds can be traced to these high-stepping horses, including  the Lipizzaner. The Spaniards brought these horses to North and South America, where such breeds  as the Mustang, Criollo, Paso Fino, and Appaloosa can trace an Andalusian lineage. antes que yo
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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