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Carlos Fonseca, Daniel Ortega, Tom�s Borge, Humberto Ortega, Jaime Wheelock

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ISBN 10: 0873486196 ISBN 13: 9780873486194

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY). Condition: Good. . Owner's name on inside. Seller Inventory # U09J-00554

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Carlos Fonseca, Daniel Ortega, Tom�s Borge, Humberto Ortega, Jaime Wheelock

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY). Condition: Good. . Seller Inventory # S19I-01359

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Carlos Fonseca, Daniel Ortega, Tomás Borge, Humberto Ortega, Jaime Wheelock

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY). Paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Seller Inventory # 2905815463

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Carlos Fonseca, Daniel Ortega, Tomás Borge, Humberto Ortega, Jaime Wheelock

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY). Paperback. Condition: GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included. Seller Inventory # 2914544338

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Fonseca, Carlos; Ortega, Daniel; Borge, Tomás; Ortega, Humberto; Wheelock, Jaime

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ISBN 10: 0873486196 ISBN 13: 9780873486194

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY) 1982-09-01, 1982. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1st. 0873486196 Very Good Condition- May show some limited signs of wear and may have a black line or red dot on edge of pages. Pages and dust cover are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. Tracking is not available for orders shipped outside of the United States. **Heavier books will require additional postage for International**. Seller Inventory # RICH-PB-VG-M-0873486196

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Carlos Fonseca; Daniel Ortega; Tomás Borge; Humberto Ortega; Jaime Wheelock

Published by Pathfinder Press, New York (1986)

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press, New York, 1986. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. The Friends of the Bridgeport Public Library use these funds to promote literacy in the Bridgeport schools and the community. Seller Inventory # 001004

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Ortega Saavedra, Humberto

Published by Zambon : Frankfurt/Main, (1984)

ISBN 10: 3889750109 ISBN 13: 9783889750105

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About this Item: Zambon : Frankfurt/Main, 1984. Condition: sehr gut. -- 142 S., 13 x 21 cm, kartoniert; 1. Aufl.; -- [ Politik/Zeitgeschichte / Politik / Sozialgeschichte / Nicaragua / Revolution / Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional ] -- Zustand: ungelesen, leichte Lagerspuren, gekennzeichnete Remittende (Strich auf Schnitt ) -- weitere Informationen wie die Widerrufsbelehrung finden Sie in den 'Anbieter- und Zahlungsinformationen'; Alle Preisangaben inkl. MwSt. Seller Inventory # 4031985

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Carlos Fonseca; Daniel Ortega; Tomás Borge; Humberto Ortega; Jaime Wheelock

Published by Pathfinder Press (NY) (1982)

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY), 1982. Condition: Good. A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory # 0873486196-2-4

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Carlos Fonseca; Daniel Ortega; Tomás Borge; Humberto Ortega; Jaime Wheelock; Bruce Marcus [Editor]

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY), 1982. Paperback. Condition: Used: Very Good. NICE CONDITION SOFTCOVER BOOK. NO WRITING OR MARKINGS IN TEXT. LIGHT WEAR TO COVER. A CLEAN & SOLID BOOK. Seller Inventory # M-1523

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Daniel Ortega, Tomás Borge, Humberto Ortega, Jaime Wheelock, Carlos Fonseca

Published by Pathfinder Press (NY) (1982)

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY), 1982. Paperback. Condition: Good. Connecting readers with great books since 1972. Used books may not include companion materials, some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include cdrom or access codes. Customer service is our top priority!. Seller Inventory # S_217388822

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Carlos Fonseca; Daniel Ortega; Tomás Borge; Humberto Ortega; Jaime Wheelock; Editor-Bruce Marcus

Published by Pathfinder Press (NY) (1982)

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY), 1982. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0873486196

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Kenneth E. Morris

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English . Brand New Book. Together with his brother Humberto, Daniel Ortega Saavedra masterminded the only victorious Latin American revolution since Fidel Castro s in Cuba. Following the triumphant 1979 Nicaraguan revolution, Ortega was named coordinator of the governing junta, and then in 1984 was elected president by a landslide in the country s first free presidential election. The future was full of promise. Yet the United States was soon training, equipping, and financing a counterrevolutionary force inside Nicaragua while sabotaging its crippled economy. The result was a decade-long civil war. By 1990, Nicaraguans dutifully voted Ortega out and the preferred candidate of the United States in. And Nicaraguans grew poorer and sicker. Then, in 2006, Daniel Ortega was reelected president. He was still defiantly left-wing and deeply committed to reclaiming the lost promise of the Revolution. Only time will tell if he succeeds, but he has positioned himself as an ally of Castro and Hugo Chavez, while life for many Nicaraguans is finally improving. Unfinished Revolution is the first full-length biography of Daniel Ortega in any language. Drawing from a wealth of untapped sources, it tells the story of Nicaragua s continuing struggle for liberation through the prism of the Revolution s most emblematic yet enigmatic hero. Seller Inventory # AAS9781613736739

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Arce, Bayardo ; Ortega, Humberto ; Wheelock, Jaime

Published by ISP : Frankfurt/M., (1987)

ISBN 10: 3883321230 ISBN 13: 9783883321233

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About this Item: ISP : Frankfurt/M., 1987. Condition: sehr gut. -- 137 S., 14 x 21 cm, Broschur; 1. Aufl.; -- [ Geschichte / Mittelamerika / Nicaragua ] -- Zustand: sehr gut -- weitere Informationen wie die Widerrufsbelehrung finden Sie in den 'Anbieter- und Zahlungsinformationen'; Alle Preisangaben inkl. MwSt. Seller Inventory # 4016103

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Kenneth E. Morris

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English . Brand New Book. Together with his brother Humberto, Daniel Ortega Saavedra masterminded the only victorious Latin American revolution since Fidel Castro s in Cuba. Following the triumphant 1979 Nicaraguan revolution, Ortega was named coordinator of the governing junta, and then in 1984 was elected president by a landslide in the country s first free presidential election. The future was full of promise. Yet the United States was soon training, equipping, and financing a counterrevolutionary force inside Nicaragua while sabotaging its crippled economy. The result was a decade-long civil war. By 1990, Nicaraguans dutifully voted Ortega out and the preferred candidate of the United States in. And Nicaraguans grew poorer and sicker. Then, in 2006, Daniel Ortega was reelected president. He was still defiantly left-wing and deeply committed to reclaiming the lost promise of the Revolution. Only time will tell if he succeeds, but he has positioned himself as an ally of Castro and Hugo Chavez, while life for many Nicaraguans is finally improving. Unfinished Revolution is the first full-length biography of Daniel Ortega in any language. Drawing from a wealth of untapped sources, it tells the story of Nicaragua s continuing struggle for liberation through the prism of the Revolution s most emblematic yet enigmatic hero. Seller Inventory # AAS9781613736739

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Bonhams

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Bonham's - Knightsbridge, London, Sale title - Contemporary Art & Design Sale - Two, Sale date - 19th October 2011, No. of lots - 146, No. of pages - 127, Illustrated in colour Index Aalto, Alvar Ackermann, Rita Albrizzi, Alessandro Alechinsky, Pierre Arad, Ron Arman B Banksy Becher, Bernd and Hilla Bedin, Martine Ben-Gal, Avner Beothy, Etienne (Istvan) Berrocal, Miguel Bertoia, Val Bidlo, Mike Blake, Peter Blake, Sir Peter Boshier, Derek Brazier-Jones, Mark Breuer, Marcel Bryen, Camille Caivano, Varda Campana Brothers Campana, Humberto and Fernando Carter, Rob Cesar Chale,Ado Chapman, Jake & Dinos Crewdson, Gregory Crippa, Roberto D Day, Robin Dine, Jim Dixon, Tom r Fairhurst, Angus Fornasetti, Piero Fortuny-Madrazo, Mariano Foster, Sir Norman Frewing, Nicholas Frize, Bernard Garouste et Bonetti Gormley RA, Antony Gost, Rey Guille, Frank Hartung, Hans Harwood, Oriel Henningsen, Poul Hirst, Damien Hodges, Jim Holmwood, Sigrid J Jenkins, Paul Jones, Allen Jorn, Asger Juhl, Finn Klein, Yves Kneebone, Rachel Koons, Jeff L Lakra, Dr. Lane, Danny Lanskoy, Andre Le Rat, Blek Lowman, Nate Lucas, Sarah M Man Ray Manessier, Alfred Marder, Malerie Marin, Manuel Mathieu, Georges Mathieu, Rene, attributed Maurer, Ingo Mendini, Alessandro Merrow Associates Mills, Jon Mount, Paul Murakami, Takashi N Newson, Marc O Oldenburg, Claes Ortega, Damian Osgerby, Barber P Patane, Seb Penck, A. R. R Rayson, David Rhoades, Jason S Saint Phalle, Niki de Savic, Nikola Scarpa, Afra and Tobia Schifano, Mario Self, Colin Skreber, Dirk Snow, Dash Sottsass, Ettore Starck, Philippe Summers, Gerald T Tillmans, Wolfgang Turk, Gavin U Uecker, Gunther W Wegner, Hans Wicht, John von Z Zack, Etienne   Weight: 653g. Seller Inventory # 40988

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Winson, Anthony

Published by Canad. Assoc. L.A. Studies, Vancouver, Brit. Columbia (1980)

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About this Item: Canad. Assoc. L.A. Studies, Vancouver, Brit. Columbia, 1980. Vol. V, #9. pp. 137-141, A review and comparison of works by: Jaime Weelock Roman (1975), Humberto Ortega S. (1978), & Paul Oquist (1978). VG. Paper from NorthSouth: Canad. J. Latin Amer. Studies. Seller Inventory # 005369

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Kenneth E. Morris

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Together with his brother Humberto, Daniel Ortega Saavedra masterminded the only victorious Latin American revolution since Fidel Castro s in Cuba. Following the triumphant 1979 Nicaraguan revolution, Ortega was named coordinator of the governing junta, and then in 1984 was elected president by a landslide in the country s first free presidential election. The future was full of promise. Yet the United States was soon training, equipping, and financing a counterrevolutionary force inside Nicaragua while sabotaging its crippled economy. The result was a decade-long civil war. By 1990, Nicaraguans dutifully voted Ortega out and the preferred candidate of the United States in. And Nicaraguans grew poorer and sicker. Then, in 2006, Daniel Ortega was reelected president. He was still defiantly left-wing and deeply committed to reclaiming the lost promise of the Revolution. Only time will tell if he succeeds, but he has positioned himself as an ally of Castro and Hugo Chavez, while life for many Nicaraguans is finally improving. Unfinished Revolution is the first full-length biography of Daniel Ortega in any language. Drawing from a wealth of untapped sources, it tells the story of Nicaragua s continuing struggle for liberation through the prism of the Revolution s most emblematic yet enigmatic hero. Seller Inventory # BTE9781613736739

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Robert Stone

Published by Prentice-Hall (1991)

ISBN 10: 0130161977 ISBN 13: 9780130161970

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About this Item: Prentice-Hall, 1991. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. NEW, UNREAD HARDCOVER, new condition. Robert Stone's take on what went wrong after the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua. Seller Inventory # 253

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PIÑERA, Humberto.-

Published by Playor, Colección Nova-Scholar, 1975, Madrid. (1975)

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About this Item: Playor, Colección Nova-Scholar, 1975, Madrid., 1975. 19x14. 154 pgs. (S0229). Seller Inventory # 42013

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Published by Segovia, Managua (1985)

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About this Item: Segovia, Managua, 1985. Paperback. Condition: Good. 90p., photos, illus., wrps (pages yellowing). This issue features the following articles: "El carácter defensivo del Ejército Popular Sandinista: Comendante Humberto Ortega S.", "Educación Superior y Guerra de Agresión" and "Las madres, una retaguardia activa de los cachorros". Seller Inventory # 114438

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Fonseca, Carlos; Ortega, Daniel; Borge, Tomás; Ortega, Humberto; Wheelock, Jaime

Published by Pathfinder Press (NY)

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press (NY). PAPERBACK. Condition: Fair. 0873486196 Dispatched from London. Seller Inventory # Z0873486196Z4

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Rincón, Carlos / Krista Tebbe (Hrsg.):

Published by Wuppertal, Peter Hammer, 1982, 1. Aufl., (1982)

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About this Item: Wuppertal, Peter Hammer, 1982, 1. Aufl., 1982. 224 S., 21x30 cm, ill. in s/w und Farbe, Softcover. Kt. / Zustand: sehr gut. Mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren und insgesamt minimal nachgedunkelt, Seiten einwandfrei. ISBN 9783872942081ANTICUARIADO - LIBRO USADO / USED ITEM Aufsätze, Erzählungen und Berichte von Tomás Borge, Ernesto Cardenal, Julio Cortázar, Gabriel Garciá Marquez, Carlos Núñez, Daniel und Humberto Ortega, Sergio Ramírez, José Coronel Urtecho u.a. (Gekürzter Klappentext) 850 gr. [Nicaragua no ficción, Historia América Latina, Política América Latina, Libros ilustrados, Libros en alemán]. Seller Inventory # Bestell-Nr. 202095

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Kenneth E. Morris

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, United States, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Together with his brother Humberto, Daniel Ortega Saavedra masterminded the only victorious Latin American revolution since Fidel Castro s in Cuba. Following the triumphant 1979 Nicaraguan revolution, Ortega was named coordinator of the governing junta, and then in 1984 was elected president by a landslide in the country s first free presidential election. The future was full of promise. Yet the United States was soon training, equipping, and financing a counterrevolutionary force inside Nicaragua while sabotaging its crippled economy. The result was a decade-long civil war. By 1990, Nicaraguans dutifully voted Ortega out and the preferred candidate of the United States in. And Nicaraguans grew poorer and sicker. Then, in 2006, Daniel Ortega was reelected president. He was still defiantly left-wing and deeply committed to reclaiming the lost promise of the Revolution. Only time will tell if he succeeds, but he has positioned himself as an ally of Castro and Hugo Chavez, while life for many Nicaraguans is finally improving. Unfinished Revolution is the first full-length biography of Daniel Ortega in any language. Drawing from a wealth of untapped sources, it tells the story of Nicaragua s continuing struggle for liberation through the prism of the Revolution s most emblematic yet enigmatic hero. Seller Inventory # AAG9781556528088

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Kenneth E. Morris

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, United States, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Together with his brother Humberto, Daniel Ortega Saavedra masterminded the only victorious Latin American revolution since Fidel Castro s in Cuba. Following the triumphant 1979 Nicaraguan revolution, Ortega was named coordinator of the governing junta, and then in 1984 was elected president by a landslide in the country s first free presidential election. The future was full of promise. Yet the United States was soon training, equipping, and financing a counterrevolutionary force inside Nicaragua while sabotaging its crippled economy. The result was a decade-long civil war. By 1990, Nicaraguans dutifully voted Ortega out and the preferred candidate of the United States in. And Nicaraguans grew poorer and sicker. Then, in 2006, Daniel Ortega was reelected president. He was still defiantly left-wing and deeply committed to reclaiming the lost promise of the Revolution. Only time will tell if he succeeds, but he has positioned himself as an ally of Castro and Hugo Chavez, while life for many Nicaraguans is finally improving. Unfinished Revolution is the first full-length biography of Daniel Ortega in any language. Drawing from a wealth of untapped sources, it tells the story of Nicaragua s continuing struggle for liberation through the prism of the Revolution s most emblematic yet enigmatic hero. Seller Inventory # AAG9781556528088

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Kenneth E. Morris

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, United States, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Together with his brother Humberto, Daniel Ortega Saavedra masterminded the only victorious Latin American revolution since Fidel Castro s in Cuba. Following the triumphant 1979 Nicaraguan revolution, Ortega was named coordinator of the governing junta, and then in 1984 was elected president by a landslide in the country s first free presidential election. The future was full of promise. Yet the United States was soon training, equipping, and financing a counterrevolutionary force inside Nicaragua while sabotaging its crippled economy. The result was a decade-long civil war. By 1990, Nicaraguans dutifully voted Ortega out and the preferred candidate of the United States in. And Nicaraguans grew poorer and sicker. Then, in 2006, Daniel Ortega was reelected president. He was still defiantly left-wing and deeply committed to reclaiming the lost promise of the Revolution. Only time will tell if he succeeds, but he has positioned himself as an ally of Castro and Hugo Chavez, while life for many Nicaraguans is finally improving. Unfinished Revolution is the first full-length biography of Daniel Ortega in any language. Drawing from a wealth of untapped sources, it tells the story of Nicaragua s continuing struggle for liberation through the prism of the Revolution s most emblematic yet enigmatic hero. Seller Inventory # BTE9781556528088

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Wotjak, Gerd, Dolores García Padrón und María del Carmen Fumero Pérez (Eds.):

Published by Frankfur : Lang, (2012)

ISBN 10: 3631632436 ISBN 13: 9783631632437

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About this Item: Frankfur : Lang, 2012. Originalpappband. Condition: Sehr gut. 320 S. Frecuencia y teoría lingüística. Manuel Almeida -- Consideraciones para el estudio de la alternancia de modo en español. Antonio Cano Ginés -- El componente construction como entramado de relaciones. Francisco J. Cortés Rodríguez -- ¿Es el inglés una barrera adicional en la carrera académica de las investigadoras españolas? Ana Díaz Galán, María del Carmen Fumero Pérez -- Aspectos lingüísticos del mancañá. Gustave Voltaire Dioussé -- La lexicografía del español ante las variedades geolingüísticas: norma, uso y prejuicios lingüísticos. Alejandro Fajardo Aguirre -- La derivación no canónica en los gentilicios españoles. Dolores García Padrón -- FunGramKB, una base de conocimiento léxico-conceptual. Fátima Guerra García, Elena Sacramento Lechado -- Algunas ideas modernas en Bello: entre lingüística y filosofía del lenguaje. Héctor Hernández Arocha -- Las marcas sociolingüísticas en los gentilicios y su tratamiento lexicográfico. Juana Herrera Santana -- Lengua Inglesa y Comunicación en Bio-Ciencias: algunas propuestas basadas en competencias específicas para una nueva línea de investigación. Isabel K. León Pérez, Pedro A. Martín Martín -- Usos fraseológicos defloccus. María del Pilar Lojendio Quintero -- Presente y futuro del español en los Estados Unidos. Humberto López Morales -- Variación sintáctica y creación de significado socioestilístico: las propiedades cognitivo-textuales de las estructuras de pasiva. Elisa Machado Soto -- Un enfoque léxico-construccional de los verbos de sonido en español e inglés. M.a Auxiliadora Martín Díaz -- Face Threatening Acts (FTAs) en el editorial periodístico. Javier Medina López -- La ampliación designativa de los gentilicios. Marcial Morera -- La competencia estratégica y la encuesta dialectal de carácter léxico. Gonzalo Ortega Ojeda, M.a Isabel González Aguiar -- Los verbos de cocinar en el De re coquinaria. Transformación o creación. Francisca del Mar Plaza Picón -- Ontología de la base de conocimiento FunGramKB: desarrollo y creación de conceptos. Elena Sacramento Lechado, Fátima Guerra García -- Prominencia cognitiva, informatividad textual y variación: valores comunicativos del sujeto posverbal en las cláusulas declarativas. María José Serrano, Miguel Ángel Aijón Oliva -- Los compuestos españoles del tipo de trotaconventos. Encarnación Tabares Plasencia, Juan Manuel Pérez Vigaray, José Juan Batista Rodríguez -- Lengua literaria y jurídica en los relatos de Ferdinand von Schirach. Encarnación Tabares Plasencia, Leticia González Suárez, José Juan Batista Rodríguez -- La producción lexicográfica del inglés antiguo: contribuciones y limitaciones para la reconstrucción del léxico. Dolores Torres Medina -- ¿Lingüística sin filología? Ramón Trujillo -- Bases neuronales corpóreas del significado contrafactual Un estudio con fMRl. Mabel Urrutia, Manuel de Vega, Silvia Gennari -- Lengua - cultura - cognición. Gerd Wotjak. ISBN 9783631632437 Sprache: Spanisch Gewicht in Gramm: 518. Seller Inventory # 1017416

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Carlos Fonseca; Daniel Ortega; Tomás Borge; Humberto Ortega; Jaime Wheelock

Published by Pathfinder Press (NY) (1982)

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Fonseca, Carlos; Ortega, Daniel; Borge, Tomas; Ortega, Humberto; Wheelock, Jaime

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About this Item: Pathfinder Press, New York, 2001. Paper Back. Condition: Very Good. The pages are a uniform pale yellow. 202 pages. Size: Size E: 8"-9" Tall (203-228mm). Seller Inventory # 148026

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Aree Bayardo, Ortega Humberto, Wheelock Jaime

Published by isp Verlag Frankfurt 1987 (1987)

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Ortega Saavedra, Humberto:

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About this Item: La Habana, Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1981, 1981. 104p., 1h., 19x13,5cm, Softcover. Rústica./ Buen estado. Pequeñas manchas en cubierta posterior.ANTICUARIADO - LIBRO USADO / USED ITEM «Humberto Ortega Saavedra, veterano luchador antisomocista y principal estratega de la ofensiva insurreccional armada que condujo al triunfo sandinista en julio de 1979, nace en Juicalpa, Chontales, en 1947. Desde muy joven se transforma en un decidio activista del movimiento estudiantil antisomocista y antimperialista.» (extracto del texto de la página de cortesía). «Este empeño editorial responde a la necesidad de dar a conocer al lector hispanoparlante . el origen y desarrollo de uno de los movimientos revolucionarios más significativos de entre las luchas de liberación de los pueblos de nuestro continente.» (extracto del texto de la Nota de Presentación). 130 gr. [Nicaragua no ficción, Política América Latina, Historia América Latina s. XX]. Seller Inventory # Bestell-Nr. 201047

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