Crossword clues for madre
Madre means mother in many Romance languages, and it may also refer to:
- Madré, a commune in the Mayenne department of northwestern France
- Mądre, a village in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, in west-central Poland
- Tillandsia 'Madre'
- Jean de Madre (1862–1934), English polo player
Usage examples of "madre".
He had been spotted by some little girls en route to Acequia Madre grade school, who chased the beast into a garage and shut the door behind him.
Estivez not offer Madre mucho dinero to work for him, I find work in city to support family.
Sierra Madre mountains, an old estancia converted into an agricultural research center.
Even they, lowest of the low, incapable or unwilling to go against the formidable odds when attempting to produce High Art, understood that Treasure of the Sierra Madre and The 400 Blows and La Str ada and King Kong-- by chance or intent -- transcended the callow commercial goals set by the secret cabal of Schlock Entrepreneurs and Anal Retentive Intellectuals.
Back on the tump, he knew this rejection meant one of two things: either he had sired enough children to sustain the Village balance, or the Madre suspected that an emotional relationship had developed between him and one of the Women.
Specifically remembrances of his dead madre, his sisters of yuppiedom, and his brother, who now had secured a job out of state.
Giovanni, I swear by la Santa Madre Vergine, I have never said anything against our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord God, the church, or a saint.
I sat down to enjoy the picture, I became aware of some one walking behind the great clumps of nightshade, and presently a young woman stepped from behind the atropa where Madre Moreno had that morning been picking the poisonous leaves, and walked across the hollow, stepping gracefully from stone to stone till she came to the bright spot where the sun was shining, and seating herself at the foot of the wall, opened a book and began to read aloud.
Do you know that Madre actually left it to him, our noble Foreign Secretary, Burgo Smyth?
In one part of the historical novel he was finishing, a young Mixtec priest from Mitla flees all the way down the long slope of the Sierra Madre del Sur to the Pacific coast a hundred and fifty miles away.
Sierra Madre del Sur lay enshrouded before them, unseen yet palpable, silently calling out in the old tongues, summoning back the scattered Zapotec and Mixtec nations to reclaim the land of their ancestors.
Indians were gone, the Spanish operators of the mines corralled the gentle Tarahumare from the Sierra Madre, but they perished at an appalling rate, so that it was scarcely economical to continue using them.
And would the Madre Beata--blessed guardian of this Virgin City--still smile upon them from all the separate shrines of Venice?
Simon and Schuster Contents PREFACE 1 The Transformation of Dona Soledad 2 The Little Sisters 3 La Gorda 4 The Genaros 5 The Art of Dreaming 6 The Second Attention Preface A flat, barren mountaintop on the western slopes of the Sierra Madre in central Mexico was the setting for my final meeting with don Juan and don Genaro and their other two appren- tices, Pablito and Nestor.
Vicente Rossi, el tamaño mitológico de Abraham Lincoln, los quinientos mil muertos de la Guerra de Secesión, los tres mil trescientos millones gastados en pensiones militares, la estatua del imaginario Falucho, la admisión del verbo linchar en la décimotercera edición del Diccionario de la Academia, el impetuoso film Aleluya, la fornida carga a la bayoneta llevada por Soler al frente de sus Pardos y Morenos en el Cerrito, la gracia de la señorita de Tal, el moreno que asesinó Martín Fierro, la deplorable rumba El Manisero, el napoleonismo arrestado y encalabozado de Toussaint Louverture, la cruz y la serpiente en Haití, la sangre de las cabras degolladas por el machete del papaloi, la habanera madre del tango, el candombe.