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    1. Buenos Aires. Population and citizens of Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires - capital city of Argentina and second –largest metropolitan in South America. Population in Buenos Aires about 3 millions. (Forstall, Greene, and Pick ) The bulk of the population are Spaniards and Italians. About 30% - and Métis representatives of other nationalities , among which are the communities of Jews, English, Armenian , Japanese, Chinese , Arabs and Koreans . Also there are migrants from neighboring countries, primarily

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    Unrestricted Capitalist Development and the International Monetary Fund: Their Economic and Social Effects on Buenos Aires. Argentina The day is Friday, December 21, 2001. After three days of massive riots the city of Buenos Aires looks like an abandoned battlefield. Its grand palm-lined avenues are strewn with burnt-out shells of cars, smashed glass, rocks, and twisted furniture. Unemployed people, pensioners, and women with babies climb through smashed supermarket windows searching for any

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    19th century Buenos Aires as a simple quadruple meter begins to ring. Two figures emerge from the darkness and begin to flow into a sensual, impressive dance. As he artfully guides her body around his own figure, a crowd begins to form, and soon there are more couples that join into this social dance. This is the scene for the beginning of the Argentine tango. The tango was not always the elegant dance reserved for famed ballrooms, but rather, it had its début on the streets of Buenos Aires with the

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    Argentina and the Tango

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    19th century Buenos Aires as a simple quadruple meter begins to ring. Two figures emerge from the darkness and begin to flow into a sensual, impressive dance. As he artfully guides her body around his own figure, a crowd begins to form, and soon there are more couples that join into this social dance. This is the scene for the beginning of the Argentine tango. The tango was not always the elegant dance reserved for famed ballrooms, but rather, it had its début on the streets of Buenos Aires with the

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    Paraguay and Uruguay´s Independence

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    different independence processes was their geographical locations. First, a brief history of Paraguay and Uruguay’s struggle for independence. When the Royalists in Asuncion heard of Buenos Aires’ establishment of the junta provisional in 1810, they gathered together and decided to recognize the council of regency.2 Buenos Aires, the people of which were known as Portenos, responded t... ... middle of paper ... ... Burkholder, Mark A., and Lyman L. Johnson. Colonial Latin America: Third Edition. New

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    engineering unit in stream 13 were placed into groups of five and had a goal to find a solution that will help reduce plastic waste going to landfills in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Students would be working for Waste For Life and well-developed solutions would be sent to Waste For Life. In order to provide a solution to the waste crisis in Buenos Aires, the team had to consider the social, environmental, economical and cultural aspects of context while trying to keep the design unique, simple and effective

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    2013, Argentina assumed a nonpermanent seat on the UN Security Council for the 2013-14 term.” (Central Intelligence Agency) Argentina’s Geography Location Argentina is positioned in the lower half of South America. The country’s capital is named Buenos Aires. The capital borders the Rio de la Plata, a large estuary, near the Atlantic side of South America. Land Area The sum of Argentina’s land area is 1,068,296 square miles. This make it second place in terms of land area, behind Brazil. Argentina

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    mother was in charge of. Eva decided to become an actress because she loved to entertain her family. At the young age of sixteen, Eva left high school, her sophomore year, and went to pursue her dream of becoming an actress, in Buenos Aires. After leaving for Buenos Aires, Eva quickly found work as an actress because of her charm and attractiveness. At the age of sixteen, Eva’s first role was in a play called, The Perez Mistress, in 1935. After that, she performed small roles, in low budget movies

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    The Book Of Sand

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    Jorge Luis Borges is a famous Spanish author, known best for his short stories. In this paper, I will discuss several short stories written by Mr. Borges, what influenced him in his writings, and a brief history of his place of origin, Argentina. Borges' The Book of Sand is the story of a man who is visited by a stranger trying to sell a "holy book" called the Book of Sand. The narrator looks at the book and is unable to see the first or last pages of it because, as the stranger explains, the number

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    History Of Tango

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    dominated the ensemble, now blended effortlessly with the other instruments. No single instrument stood out. The tango cancion used a standardized form with two equal and balanced sections. This highlighted th... ... middle of paper ... ...ions in Buenos Aires are tango performances that combine elements of Broadway musicals and Argentine folk genres. This industry has created several jobs for tango performers in the region. Young, innovative musicians have attempted renewed classic tango styles, repertoires

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