Crossword clues for plata
- Montana motto word
- South American river
- Spanish silver
- Montana motto metal
- Silver, in Spanish
- S.A. river
- Oro y __: Montana's motto
- Metal in Montana's state motto
- Juan's silver
- "Oro y ___," Montana motto
- Word on Montana's state flag
- Spanish for 'silver'
- South America's Río de la __
- Silver: Sp
- Silver, in Spain
- Señorita's silver
- S. A. border
- River on Argentine border
- River between Uruguay and Argentina
- Rio de la _____
- RÃo de la ---
- Oro y ____
- Its número atómico is 47
- Ag, in Argentina
- "Oro y ___" (Montana motto)
- "Oro y ___," Mont.'s motto
- 'Oro y --' (motto of Montana)
- 'Oro y --'
- City once named Eva Peron, with "La"
- Oro y ___ (Montana's motto)
- La ___, port near Buenos Aires
- Metal in Montana's motto
- South American silver
- La ___, capital of Buenos Aires province
- Oro y ___ (motto of Montana)
- La ___ (Argentine city)
- Silver, in the Sierra Madres
- SeГ±orita's silver
- Spanish precious metal
- Silver, in Sevilla
- Last word of Mont.'s motto
- Río de la ___
- Río de la ___, Uruguayan border
- Mar del ___, Argentine resort
- S.A. border river
- "Oro y ___," Mont. motto
- End of Mont.'s motto
- Silver, in Peru
- Rio de la ___, Argentina
- Sevilla silver
- River between Argentina and Uruguay
- Silver, in Seville
- Río de la ___, S.A.
- Paraná's estuary, for short
- La ___, Argentine port
Plata may refer to:
- Plata, Texas, an unincorporated community in Presidio County, Texas, United States
- Joao Plata (born 1992), an Ecuadorian football player
- Juan Carlos Plata (born 1971), a Guatemalan retired football player
- La Plata, the capital city of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina
- a type of tequila
Usage examples of "plata".
On these same plains of La Plata, we see the agouti and bizcacha, animals having nearly the same habits as our hares and rabbits and belonging to the same order of Rodents, but they plainly display an American type of structure.
He ranges from Mozart to the Beatles to damned good imitations of Michael Hedges or Manilas de Plata.
La Plata lay at the foot of a bright blistered hill forty clicks inside Landslip, and it seemed to Moura typical of what she had seen of that zonerather tumbledown and unprotected, and close-up deranged.
Durango wound down off the mesa and through the Mancos Valley nestled between the snow-topped La Plata mountains to the north and the red mesas to the south.
Durante la primera, unos hombres, desde el pescante de un carro que salía del mercado del Plata, pregonaron duraznos blancos y amarillos.
Ese hombre muerto que aborrezco tuvo en su mano cuanto los hombres muertos han visto y ven los que están vivos: las ciudades, climas y reinos en que se divide la tierra, los tesoros ocultos en el centro, las naves que atraviesan el mar, los instrumentos de la guerra, de la música y de la cirugía, las graciosas mujeres, las estrellas fijas y los planetas, los colores que emplean los infieles para pintar sus cuadros aborrecibles, los minerales y las plantas con los secretos y virtudes que encierran, los ángeles de plata cuyo alimento es el elogio y la justificación del Señor, la distribución de los premios en las escuelas, las estatuas de pájaros y de reyes que hay en el corazón de las pirámides, la sombra proyectada por el toro que sostiene la tierra y por el pez que está debajo del toro, los desiertos de Dios el Misericordioso.
We may doubt whether they have thus changed: if the Megatherium, Mylodon, Macrauchenia, and Toxodon had been brought to Europe from La Plata, without any information in regard to their geological position, no one would have suspected that they had coexisted with still living sea-shells.
The Counsellor was presiding with much majesty over the diableries of his chums, prudent business men from the Hanseatic ports who had big accounts in the Deutsche Bank or were shopkeepers installed in the republic of the La Plata, with an innumerable family.
Había diamantes, rubíes, esmeraldas, zafiros, turquesas y piedras de la luna incrustadas como rutilantes estrellas en un cielo de plata luciente.
It came from an artesian well in La Plata, a little town forty miles east of Waco, and before I turned it into this concentrated form, there were five gallons of it.
When I found in La Plata [Argentina] the tooth of a horse embedded with the remains of Mastodon, Megatherium, Toxodon, and other extinct monsters, which all co-existed at a very late geological period, I was filled with astonishment.
When I found in La Plata the tooth of a horse embedded with the remains of Mastodon, Megatherium, Toxodon, and other extinct monsters, which all co-existed with still living shells at a very late geological period, I was filled with astonishment.
The night before, Shadow had carefully outlined the lay of the country, how the rivers ran, the Animas, the Florida, and the La Plata, and Galloway, knowing his brother's mind as he knew his own, was trying to figure out what Flagan would have done when he got away.
Overhead, the sky was impossibly blue and dotted with those white fluffs of cloud that seemed always to float over the La Platas and the San Juans.
I kept to the trees, avoiding the trail, and at noontime I watered in the La Plata River a few miles below the town.