Vegetables

Asparagus = Esparragos Artichoke = Alcachofa Beets = Betabel Brussels sprouts = Colecitas de Bruselas Cabbage = Col Carrots = Zanahorias Cauliflower = Colifor Celery = Apio Chickpea = Garbanzo Corn = Elote, Maiz Cucumber = Pepino Dried beans = Frijoles Garlic = Ajo Green bean = Ejote Green pepper = Pimiento Verde Leek = […]

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Meats

Beef = Res Sirloin = Aguayon Chuck = Diezmillo Round steak = Pulpa Pork = Puerco Loin = Lomo de cerdo Spareribs = Costillitas Chops = Chuletas de puerco Smoked pork chops = Chuletas ahumadas Pigs feet = Manitas Lamb = Carnero Leg of lamb = Pierna de carnero Loin chops = Chuletas de carnero […]

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Fruits

Apple = Manzana Apricot = Chabacano Avocado = Aguacate Banana = Platano Blackberry = Zarzamora Cherry = Cereza Cranberry = Arandanos Date = Datil Fig = Higo Grape = Uva Grapefruit = Toronja Guava = Guayaba Lemon = Limon Amarillo Key Lime = Limon Orange = Naranja Peach = Durazno Pear = Pera Pineapple = […]

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Town Meeting © Judith Cooper Haden, 2002

Communicating across Cultures

Communication is more than just speaking, writing, and editing; it also involves information gathering and teamwork. In the economy of the new century, this means communicating cross-culturally. There are three main components to any communication: subject matter medium of delivery cultural considerations Of the three, the third is generally ignored. While fashionable phrases get uttered […]

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Mexico: A Higher Vision

Mexico, a Higher Vision: An Aerial Journey from Past to Present by Michael Calderwood

Cogan’s Reviews This is the first coffee-table book I ever reviewed and I have to say right off the bat that it’s a winner. It is made up of some 200 photographs from all parts of Mexico – all of them taken from a high elevation, either an aircraft or mountaintop or, occasionally, a tall […]

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