Argentina

What is Argentina known for?


great+dance

of Argentina * Index of Argentina-related articles * * * El Sonido de mi Tierra - The Great Dance of Argentina Notes *


theory+discovery

. - "Grad student finds 'pre-dinosaur' - Part of team to discover 210 million-year-old species in N.M.". - ''Chicago Sun-Times''. - July 20, 2007. — Mullen, William. - "Fossil prompts new dinosaur theory - Discovery is changing conventional wisdom on how quickly beasts came to rule Earth". - ''Chicago Tribune''. - July 20, 2007. — Gerber, Marty. - "Fossils Show Dinosaurs Coexisted with ancestors". - ''Santa Fe New Mexican. - July 20


opening theme

, playing Valeria). Next, she starred in the Argentinian film ''Un Argentino en New York'' (1998). After the movie, Natalia launched her first album, ''Natalia Oreiro'' and the single "Cambio dolor" became the opening theme for her next acting project, the prime time show ''Muñeca Brava (Muñeca brava)'' (1998–1999). For her performance in ''Muñeca Brava'', Natalia was nominated twice (1998 and 1999) for a Martín Fierro Award (Martín Fierro Awards) as best actress in a leading role


success making

of the Miami Masters losing to 19th seed Jan-Michael Gambill 3–6, 7–5 6–4. Along the way Gaudio dismantled 5th seed Russian Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6–4, 6–1, a 3-time slam winner, and toughed out out a 3-set slugfest against future French Open winner and 12th seed Juan Carlos Ferrero 6–0, 3–6, 6–3. Although he did not manage to win his first title in 2001, Gaudio had some success, making a final, a semi and 4 quarter finals (1 0f them being the prestigious Miami Masters). In addition

, and toughed out out a 3-set slugfest against future French Open winner and 12th seed Juan Carlos Ferrero 6–0, 3–6, 6–3. Although he did not manage to win his first title in 2001, Gaudio had some success, making a final, a semi and 4 quarter finals (1 0f them being the prestigious Miami Masters). In addition to this he helped Argentina return to the World Group (Davis Cup structure) after a perfect 5–0 record in his singles matches which were all played in Argentina


main volcanic

and Chile. '''Cerro Tuzgle''' is an extinct stratovolcano in northwestern Argentina. It is located roughly east of the main volcanic arc. '''Cerro Volcánico''' (also known as Fonck


malbec

Argentine wine publisher Wine Pages date archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20121211132347 http: www.wine-pages.com resources argenexp.htm archivedate 11 December 2012 deadurl no is an integral part of the local menu. Malbec, Torrontés, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Chardonnay are some of the most sought-after varieties (international varieties). File:Messi

in some export markets and was dropped. The name Shiraz for this grape variety is also commonly used in South Africa and Canada. Argentina Syrah plantations in Argentina increased from less than in 2002. Syrah has occasionally been used as a blending component with Argentina's signature dark-skinned grape Malbec to provide an "Argentinian take" on the Australian


award show

: www.webcitation.org 5igGqDJNk In 2005, Gattorno hosted ''Premios Lo Nuestro'', an important award show seen all over Latin America. He also participated in two special editions of the show, named ''Noche de Estrellas: Premios lo Nuestro'' and ''Lo que no se Vio de Premios lo Nuestro''. In 2005, Gattorno was incorporated as a new Telemundo star in the network's original production (Film production) ''Tierra de Pasiones'' where he played the role of Pablo Gonzalez and shared credits


large contemporary

;. The huge number of individuals gives evidence of herd behavior, which, along with their armour, could have helped provide protection against large contemporary predators such as ''Abelisaurus''. http: www.plosone.org article info:doi 10.1371 journal.pone.0010362 The family '''Titanosauridae''' was named after and anchored on the poorly known genus ''Titanosaurus'', which was coined by Richard Lydekker in 1877, on the basis of a partial femur and two incomplete caudal vertebrae. Fourteen species have since been referred to ''Titanosaurus'', which distribute the genus across Argentina, Europe, Madagascar, India and Laos and throughout 60 million years of the Cretaceous Period. Despite its centrality to titanosaur systematics and biogeography, a re-evaluation of all ''Titanosaurus'' species recognises only five as diagnostic. The type species ''T. indicus'' is invalid, because it is based on 'obsolescent' characters - once diagnostic features that have gained a broader taxonomic distribution over time. Consequently, use of the genus ''Titanosaurus'' has largely been abandoned. The most well known ''Titanosaurus'' specimens have since been re-assigned to other genera, including ''Isisaurus''. However, Peruvian researcher Guillermo Toro-Lira argues that Plath's story "has been recently refuted when it was found that the original historical source, the newspaper ''El Comercio de Iquique'', was mentioning instead the alleged invention of the whiskey sour and not of the Pisco Sour." This claim is further certified by the University of Cuyo, located in Argentina, which in 1962 published the story of Elliot Stubb and his alleged invention of the Whiskey Sour while working in Iquique. Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


signature dark

in some export markets and was dropped. The name Shiraz for this grape variety is also commonly used in South Africa and Canada. Argentina Syrah plantations in Argentina increased from less than in 2002. Syrah has occasionally been used as a blending component with Argentina's signature dark-skinned grape Malbec to provide an "Argentinian take" on the Australian


special development

in many parts of the world. A special development of this is now used in most forms of harness racing in Argentina, Australia, Canada, the United States and New Zealand, including both trot (Trot (horse gait))ting and pacing (Horse gait) races. They are called "sulkies" because the driver must prefer to be alone "The Encyclopaedia of Driving" 1979, by Sallie Walrond Born in Montería, Colombia on January 16, 1952, Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina

Argentina

'''Argentina''' ) is a federal republic located in southeastern South America. Sharing the Southern Cone with its smaller neighbour Chile, it is bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north; Brazil to the northeast; Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east; Chile to the west and the Drake Passage to the south.

With a mainland area of Argentina is the eighth-largest country (List of countries and outlying territories by total area) in the world, the second largest in Latin America, and the largest Spanish-speaking (Hispanophone) one. Argentina claims sovereignty over part of Antarctica (Argentine Antarctica), the Falkland Islands (Falkland Islands sovereignty dispute) ( ), South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands sovereignty dispute).

A historical and current middle power regional power, Argentina is one of the G-15 (Group of 15) and G-20 major economies and Latin America's third-largest. It is also a founding member of the United Nations, WBG (World Bank Group), WTO (World Trade Organization), Mercosur, UNASUR (Union of South American Nations), CELAC (Community of Latin American and Caribbean States) and OEI (Organization of Ibero-American States). Because of its stability, market size and increasing share of the high-tech sector, Argentina is classed by investors as a middle emerging economy (emerging economy) with a "very high" (List of countries by Human Development Index#Americas) rating on the Human Development Index.

The earliest recorded human presence in the area now known as Argentina is dated from the Paleolithic period. a Spanish overseas colony founded in 1776. The declaration (Argentine Declaration of Independence) and fight for independence (Argentine War of Independence) (1810–1818) was followed by an extended civil war (Argentine Civil Wars) that lasted until 1861, which ended with the country's reorganization as a federation of provinces (Provinces of Argentina) with Buenos Aires as its capital city. From then on—while massive European immigration waves (Immigration in Argentina) radically reshaped its cultural and demographic outlook—Argentina enjoyed an historically almost-unparalleled increase in prosperity: by the early 20th century it already ranked as the seventh wealthiest in the world. After 1930, however, and despite remaining among the fifteen richest countries until mid-century,

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