finca

[ fing-kuh; Spanish feeng-kah ]SEE DEFINITION OF finca
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When they start the finca there is a feast, mucho talk and drinky.

The señora, it seems, wants to drive her across to her finca at Orotava to-morrow.

They went to the agent's office, and after transshipping their cargo set out one morning for Don Luis' finca.

In life tadpoles from Finca La Sumbadora were olive-tan above and dark gray with pale bluish gray irridescent spots ventrally.

A finca is a piece of land, with definite boundaries or limits whether large or small, and whether it has buildings on it or not.

Trinidad is little more than a finca, or rancho, but it has an agente, and quite a population of Chol indians.

Our arrieros avoided the little towns, and selected a camp site on the roadside near the Finca Rodadero.

More than half of the specimens from Finca La Paz agree in all essential characters with the description given above.

The coloration described above is typical of the 16 specimens available from Finca La Paz.

In fifty year she is oll the same,' but when I see the Finca de tomate I have the temper.

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