Monthly Archives: April 2012

Neighborhood Churches

Giral street, in the El Moro development in the Mantilla district, was the only asphalt street, extending from Calzada de Managua to Avenida de Dolores in Lawton. In its first stretches, it crossed the dirt roads outlining the development area, … Continue reading

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A Bad Example

When a political personality, in the exercise of power, is fired from or retires from his job, to refer to his opponents or whoever does not share his ideas or opinions, to use insults, disrespect, derogatory adjectives, taunts, insults, rudeness … Continue reading

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The First Rung?

In an article published about central Uruguay (before Jatibonico, Cuba) it states that: despite its backward technology, occupies the first rung on the country’s sugar contest. I do not understand what it means to occupy the first rung, as the … Continue reading

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