ALIDE

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ALIDEAsociacion Latinoamericana de Instituciones Financieras de Desarrollo (Spanish)
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Esto se refleja en una limitada superficie cultivada asegurada (17%) y una gran concentracion de las primas comercializadas (90%) en paises como Argentina, Brasil y Mexico, los cuales disponen de programas subsidiados por el sector publico (ALIDE, 2015).
Cagidemetrio, Alide. Fictions of the Past: Hawthorne & Melville.
Toeveer, Terje (a-ni 1933 Alide Gregor, 1933-1957 Terje Toomus, ps Assandra
Alide Dasnois, editor of Business Report, a business supplement inserted into most of the Independent newspaper titles, says it means writing about issues in a slightly different way.
(8.) Claude Meillassoux, The Anthropology of Slavery: The Womb of Iron and Gold, Alide Dasnoism trans.
See also Alide Cagidemetrio's discussion of Cooper and the "alternating modes of homogenization and rejection" that "characterize the representation of racial relationships in the American historical novel." "A Plea for Fictional Histories and Old-Time `Jewesses,'" in The Invention of Ethnicity, ed.
She also wrote a prose romance (Alide) based on J.W.
A novel, Alide: An Episode in Goethe's Life (1874), followed, and in 1881 she published a translation of Heine's poems and ballads.