Carlos, 1925–1998, U.S. anthropologist and writer, born in Peru.
Castaneda believes that corrupt officials may have helped smuggle the digging equipment into the prison.
Convicts Hunted After Mexican Prison Break Near Border Christine Pelisek September 18, 2012
The General put the Frenchman into the custody of Castaneda.
The Spaniards in Florida George R. Fairbanks
This is the most ancient pueblo in Arizona, and is first mentioned in Spanish history in the narrative of Castaneda, in 1540.
Building a State in Apache Land Charles D. Poston
But there followed a period of disagreeable negotiation with Castaneda, the governor of the Azores.
The Life of Christopher Columbus from his own Letters and Journals Edward Everett Hale
either of a pair of concave pieces of wood held in the palm of the hand and clicked together, usually to accompany dancing. Historical Examples And now the trio was a trio of castanet smacks and cymbal claps. Sea and Sardinia D. H. Lawrence I turned to Scipio, standing by the low-boy, his teeth, going […]
either of a pair of concave pieces of wood held in the palm of the hand and clicked together, usually to accompany dancing. Historical Examples But Juan had given her money, for which she had promised to bring him the castanets. The Little Spanish Dancer Madeline Brandeis I told her I should have liked to […]
(in India) a mark, usually on the forehead, symbolizing and identifying caste membership. a distinctive trait, associated with a group or class and marking a person as a member. Historical Examples On top of his head was an oblong of bare-shaven skull—some caste-mark apparently. Cupid in Africa P. C. Wren This is their caste-mark, the […]
a person or thing that casts. a small wheel on a swivel, set under a piece of furniture, a machine, etc., to facilitate moving it. a bottle or cruet for holding a condiment. a stand containing a set of such bottles. a metal container for sugar, pepper, etc., having a perforated top to permit sprinkling; […]