Definition of Quinielas

1. quiniela [n] - See also: quiniela



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quinielas

quinhydrone electrode
quinhydrones
quinia
quinible
quinic
quinic acid
quinicine
quinicines
quinidine
quinidine-3-hydroxylase
quinidine polygalacturonate
quinidine sulfate
quinidines
quinie
quiniela
quinielas (current term)
quinies
quinin
quinina
quininas
quinindoline
quinindolines
quinine
quinine and urea hydrochloride
quinine bisulfate
quinine carbacryclic resin
quinine carbacrylic resin
quinine carbacrylic resin test
quinine ethylcarbonate
quinine sulfate

Literary usage of Quinielas

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1. Terry's Mexico: Handbook for Travellers by Thomas Philip Terry (1909)
"... (the colors of one couple being blue, the other white), and of two quinielas a 6 tantos — two short games in which one couple among six players wins. ..."

2. Catalogue of the Monuments of the Early Printers in All Countries: Offered by Bernard Quaritch (1888)
"... mili y quinielas y . xxj. años. (1521) Collation : Title, table and argument, 6 leaves ; ah 6 in eights. 37707 METAPHORA Medicine & chirurgie: ..."

3. Roy and Ray in Mexico by Mary Wright Plummer (1907)
"Usually two partidos and two quinielas are played at a performance. Although Roy did not think it nearly so exciting as baseball, he admired greatly the ..."

4. Roy and Ray in Mexico by Mary Wright Plummer (1907)
"Usually two partidos and two quinielas are played at a performance. Although Boy did not think it nearly so exciting as baseball, he admired greatly the ..."

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