(informal) irregular practices among a group of workers to gain increased financial allowances, reduced working hours, etc Also called old Spanish customs, old Spanish practices
noun 1. a stemless or short-trunked plant, Yucca gloriosa, of the agave family, native to the southeastern U.S., having leaves nearly 2½ feet (75 cm) long, with a stiff, sharp point, and greenish-white or reddish flowers nearly 4 inches (10 cm) wide.
noun 1. Also called cantharides. a preparation of powdered blister beetles, especially the Spanish fly, used medicinally as a counterirritant, diuretic, and aphrodisiac. 2. Also, Spanishfly. Also called cantharis. a common European blister beetle, Cantharis (Lytta) vesicatoria, that yields this preparation. noun 1. a European blister beetle, Lytta vesicatoria (family Meloidae), the dried bodies of […]
noun, Furniture. 1. a carved pyramidal foot having fluted, concave sides usually ending in a scroll at the bottom.
noun 1. acoustic guitar. Spanish guitar noun 1. the classic form of the guitar; a six-stringed instrument with a waisted body and a central sound hole