Plantar - meaning of plantar Dictionary

What a portentous imagination that of the man who came to plant the wild wheat, submitting it to the discipline of cultivation, and gathered it up and then made it dust, and uniting this dust with the water created a mass, and submitting it mass to the action of the fire invented the bread! ...

Vicente Blasco Ibáñez

A sturdy carriage was sold, although it lacked a crossbow, a young and spunky horse of seventeen years, freshly harvested radish and turnip seeds from London, a country house with all its outbuildings, two horse stables, and a plot of land where a magnificent stand of birch trees or fir trees could be planted ...

Spañola is marauilla: the mountains and the mountains and the ugas and the countryside, and the lands so fermosas and coarse to plant and to plant, to breed cattle of all sorts, for hedificios of villas and places.

Because precisely the verdict that fell, was because the AMIA case was used to plant tests all the time they were false and nonexistent.

They passed with their canoes in the meanwhile to the Great Land, from which they led many people, with whom they began to plant the whole island of Tortuga; but when the few Spaniards who were there saw the number of Frenchmen increasing daily, it was very heavy for them to settle and gave notice to others of the nation of their neighbors, who sent well-armed barges to throw the French, whose company happened to them according to their desire by then; for when the new pretensioners saw the arrival of a number of Spaniards, they fled with all that they had into the forests, and from there they went off at night with their canoes to the mainland, finding themselves free and without the encumbrance of women or creatures, for each one fled as The most.


He ordered the governor to plant two pieces of artillery with great fatigue and to build a house inside the fortress, and after that he broke the road, leaving the climb only by a ladder.

P> To enter deliberately into a field of business and destroy the enterprises of those who had previously occupied it, to plant the company itself on its ruins, was a feat that never ceased to attract popular admiration.

Ecclesiastes 3 1 For all things there is seasoning, and all that is desired under heaven has its time: 2 A time to be born, and a time to die; A time to plant, and a time to pluck what is planted; 3 A time to kill, and a time to heal; A time to destroy, and a time to build; 4 A time to weep, and a time to laugh; A time to lie down, and a time to dance; 5 Time to scatter stones, and time to gather stones; Time to embrace, and time to walk away from embracing; 6 A time to minister, and a time to lose; A time to keep, and a time to throw; 7 A time to break, and a time to sew; A time to be silent, and a time to speak; 8 A time to love, and a time to hate; Considering all these just reflections with proper meditation, it is not without reason that it is believed that when astrologers admirably foretell many events that are true, this happens through a hidden instinct of The spirits not good, whose charge is to plant and establish in men these false and harmful opinions of fates or influences of stars, and not by some art that observes and notes the horoscope, because there is no. But before I enter the confused labyrinth of my evils, I want you to tell me what causes Hazan Bajá, my master, to have planted these tents and pavilions in this campaign before entering Nicosia, where it comes Provided by viceroy, or by Bajá, as the Turks call the viceroys.

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

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