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Thank you for shopping SaltXO! All orders are processed and shipped within 7 - 15 business days of purchase. Delays may occur due to restrictions related to the COVID pandemic. Once shipped, a tracking number will be issued via email (be sure to check your spam or junk mail if you do not receive the confirmation email to your inbox). Please allow between 2 - 3 business days for your tracking information to update after you receive your shipping confirmation. Please be advised that during restocks, new releases, and special promotions, our processing times may be delayed.

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Al-Salt (Arabic: السلط As-Salt) is an ancient agricultural city and administrative centre in west-central Jordan.It is on the old main highway leading from Amman to Jerusalem.Situated in the Balqa highland, about 790–1,100 metres above sea level, the city is built in the crook of three hills, close to the Jordan Valley.One of the three hills, Jabal al-Qal'a, is the site of a 13th ....
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City in Balqa Governorate, Jordan

Al-Salt (Arabic: السلط As-Salt) is an ancient agricultural city and administrative centre in west-central Jordan. It is on the old main highway leading from Amman to Jerusalem. Situated in the Balqa highland, about 790–1,100 metres above sea level, the city is built in the crook of three hills, close to the Jordan Valley. One of the three hills, Jabal al-Qal'a, is the site of a 13th-century ruined fortress. It is the capital of Balqa Governorate.

The Greater Salt Municipality has about 107,874 inhabitants (2018).

Al-Salt was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2021.[3]


It is not known when the city was first inhabited, but it is believed that it was built by the Macedonian army during the reign of Alexander the Great. The city was known as Saltus in Byzantine times and was the seat of a bishopric. At this time, the city was considered to be the principal settlement on the East Bank of the Jordan River. The settlement was destroyed by the Mongols and then rebuilt during the reign of the Mamluk sultan Baibars (1260–1277).

Salt was once the most important settlement in the area between the Jordan Valley and the eastern desert. Because of its history as an important trading link between the eastern desert and the west, it was a significant place for the region's many rulers.

The Romans, Byzantines and Mameluks all contributed to the growth of the city, but it was at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, when the Ottomans established a regional administrative capital in Salt and encouraged settlement from other parts of their empire, that Salt enjoyed its most prosperous period.

Ottoman period[edit]

In 1596, during the Ottoman Empire, Salt was noted in the census as being located in the nahiya of Salt in the liwa of Ajlun, with a Muslim population of 40 households and 5 bachelors; and a Christian population of 25 households. The villagers paid a fixed tax-rate of 25% on various agricultural products; including wheat, barley, olive trees/vineyards, goats and beehives, in addition to occasional revenues and a market toll; a total of 12,000 akce.[4]

By the end of the 18th century, Salt was the sole permanent settlement in the Balqa region, a situation which persisted well into the 19th century.[5] The rest of the Balqa was dominated by the local Bedouin tribes.[5] It was the most developed city and commercial center of Transjordan from the 18th century until the early years of the Emirate of Transjordan.[5] The city's drinking water was supplied by two abundant springs, which also irrigated the town gardens along the Wadi Shu'ayb stream. It was situated along the slopes of a conical hill, at the top of which stood a fort, and along the ridges of two deep abutting valleys, which provided a natural defense against encroachments by neighboring Bedouin tribes. Salt's inhabitants negotiated terms with the tribes, who guaranteed the townspeople access to their wheat fields in the Balqa's eastern plains in return for giving the tribesmen access to the town's extensive markets.[5] Sharecropping agreements were formed with the tribes whereby Salt townspeople would encamp in Amman and Wadi Wala in the spring until harvest and paid an annual tribute to the dominant tribe of the Balqa.[6] Until around the 1810s, the paramount tribe was the Adwan, known as "lords of the Balqa".[6] Afterward, the Banu Sakhr overtook the Adwan and collected the tribute from Salt.[6]

The city's defenses and isolation in a land practically controlled by Bedouin tribes also enabled its inhabitants to ignore the impositions of the Ottoman authorities without consequence.[6] Western travelers in the early 19th century reported that the leader of the town effectively wielded the same authority as any of the provincial governors of Ottoman Syria appointed by the sultan.[7]

In the early 19th century, the townspeople mostly belonged to the clans of Fakhoury, Akrad, Awamila and Qatishat. Each clan was headed by its own sheikh, one or two of whom would act as the shaykh al-balad (city leader), who was based in the fort and was in charge of protecting Salt from Bedouin attack.[6] The population consisted of about four hundred Muslim and eighty Christian families.[6] According to the observations of Buckingham in the 1820s, roughly 100 Christians in Salt were immigrants from Nazareth who moved to the town to avoid the exactions of Jazzar Pasha, the Ottoman governor of Acre.[8] Muslim–Christian relations were amicable and the two communities shared the same lifestyles, dress and the Arabic language.[9] Salt was organized into quarters, each controlled by one of three main clans, and contained a number of mosques, a church and about twenty shops during this period.[6][10] Salt served the surrounding countryside as far as Karak, which lacked a market until the late 19th century, and goods in its market originated as far as Tyre and Egypt.[11] It exported raisins, sumac leaves for the tanneries of Jerusalem, qili (a type of ash, a key ingredient of Nabulsi soap) to Nablus, and ostrich feathers supplied by the Bedouin to Damascus.[11][12] Nablus was Salt's primary partner,[6] and Salt served as the Transjordanian center of the Nablus-based Tuqan clan.[13] Although most of the inhabitants were farmers, there were also craftsmen and smaller numbers of shopkeepers, the latter of whom were commissioned by merchants in Nablus, Nazareth and Damascus.[10][12]

In 1834 the townspeople and local Bedouin fought together to drive out the forces of the practically autonomous province of Egypt led by Ibrahim Pasha, the first recorded clash of the Peasants' revolt in Palestine.[13] Ottoman rule in the Levant was restored in 1840, but Salt remained only nominally part of the Empire.[14] In 1866–1867, the governor of Damascus Mehmed Rashid Pasha (1866–1871) extended the imperial Tanzimat centralization and modernization reforms in Transjordan.[14] He led a large force of Bedouin tribesmen from the Rwala, Wuld Ali and Banu Hasan, Hauran plainsmen, Druze mountaineers and regular infantry, cavalry and artillery troops toward Salt, stopping three hours north of the city.[14] From there, he offered to pardon Salt's inhabitants for allying with the Adwan and Banu Sakhr against the authorities.[14] The city organized a delegation of Muslim and Christian grandees who negotiated the unopposed entry of the Ottomans into Salt on 17 August.[14] Rashid Pasha repaired the damaged fort where he garrisoned 400 troops.[14] He appointed the Damascene Kurd Faris Agha Kadru as Salt's first district governor and established an elected administrative council composed of Salt's elite families.[14] Rashid Pasha confiscated huge qualities of grain and livestock from the town as compensation for tax arrears.[14]

Salt's heyday was in the late 19th century when traders arrived from Nablus to expand their trading network eastwards beyond the Jordan River. As a result of the influx of newcomers this period saw the rapid expansion of Salt from a simple village into a city with many architecturally elegant buildings, many built in the Nablusi style from the attractive honey-coloured local stone. A large number of buildings from this era survive as of 2009.


After World War I, the town was the site which Herbert Samuel, British High Commissioner of Palestine, chose to make his announcement that the British favoured a Hejazi Hashemite ruled entity on the East Bank of the Mandatory Palestine (current Jordan). This wish became reality in 1921 when Abdullah I became Emir of Transjordan. Salt seemed to be the city that would be chosen as the capital of the new emirate since most of the industry and commerce flowed through Salt. During this period Salt had no high schools. Even so, Abdullah picked the city as the capital of his emerging emirate but later changed his mind and moved his compound and entourage to Amman when he and the notables of Salt had a disagreement.[dubious – discuss] Amman at that time was a small city of only 20,000 people which experienced rapid growth.[citation needed]

The Jordanian census of 1961 found 16,176 inhabitants in Al-Salt,[15] of whom 2,157 were Christian.[16]

In 2021, Al-Salt was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List with its official name in reference to tolerance and urban hospitality.

Municipal districts[edit]

The Greater Salt Municipality is divided into nine districts:


Salt is famed in Jordan for its fertile soil and the quality of its fruit and vegetable harvests, particularly olives, tomatoes, grapes & peaches. Indeed, it is speculated that the town's name provided the root for sultana, a certain type of raisin.[citation needed]

It is thought that the name Salt was derived from the city Saltos of the Roman Empire.

Wadi Shu'aib (Valley of Jethro) is one of the largest agricultural sites in Salt city, a valley with large agricultural areas. It is named after one of the prophets in Islam (as well as Christianity and Judaism), Shoaib (Jethro), who was the father-in-law of Moses and one of the descendants of Ibrahim (Abraham). Most privately owned farms are located in this valley; the primary crops are grapes, olives and fruit-bearing trees.


Salt contains many schools, including the public first secondary school of Jordan dating back to 1918, as well as many private schools that date back to the 1800s, such as the Latin School and the Catholic School. It is also the home of the Holy Land Institute for the Deaf, a non-profit educational center for people with hearing impairment. The city has two universities surrounding it: Al-Balqa` Applied University established in 1997 and Al-Ahliyya Amman University (Amman National University) located on the highway connecting Amman to Salt.

Tourism[edit] Ottoman mansions[edit]

At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, when the Ottomans established a regional administrative base in Salt and encouraged settlement from other parts of the empire, the city's status increased, many merchants arrived and, with their newly acquired wealth, built the fine houses that can still be admired in Salt today.

These splendid yellow sandstone buildings incorporate a variety of styles. Typically, they have domed roofs, interior courtyards and characteristic tall, arched windows. Perhaps the most beautiful is the Abu Jaber mansion, built between 1892 and 1906, which has frescoed ceilings, painted by Italian artists, and is reputed to be the finest example of a 19th-century merchant house in the region.

Roman tombs and Ayyubid citadel[edit]

Tightly built on a cluster of three hills, Salt has several other places of interest, including Roman tombs on the outskirts of the city and the citadel and site of the town's early 13th century Ayyubid fortress, which was built by Al-Mu'azzam Isa, the nephew of Saladin soon after AD 1198.


Salt's Archaeological & Folklore Museum displays artifacts dating back to the Chalcolithic period to the Islamic era as well as other items relating to the history of the area. In the folklore museum there is presentation of Bedouin and traditional costumes and everyday folkloric items. A small museum and a handicraft school are presenting the traditional skills of ceramics, weaving, silk-screen printing and dyeing.

Muslim shrines[edit]

In the city of as-Salt and its environs are several Muslim shrines at the traditional tombs of the prophets Shu'ayb, Ayyoub, Yusha and Jadur, the Arabic names of the biblical characters Jethro, Job, Joshua and Gad. These sites of Muslim pilgrimage are known as An-Nabi Shu'ayb, An-Nabi Ayyub, An-Nabi Yusha' bin Noon, and 'Ayn al-Jadur ("Spring of Jadur"), respectively, in English also as Prophet ... Shrine.

International relations[edit] Gallery[edit] Notes[edit] Citations[edit] Bibliography[edit]

Coordinates: 32°02′N 35°44′E / 32.033°N 35.733°E / 32.033; 35.733

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Salta Province - Wikipedia

Salta (Spanish pronunciation: ) is a province of Argentina, located in the northwest of the country.Neighboring provinces are from the east clockwise Formosa, Chaco, Santiago del Estero, Tucumán and Catamarca.It also surrounds Jujuy.To the north it borders Bolivia and Paraguay and to the west lies Chile.
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Province of Argentina

Province in Salta, Argentina

Salta (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈsalta]) is a province of Argentina, located in the northwest of the country. Neighboring provinces are from the east clockwise Formosa, Chaco, Santiago del Estero, Tucuman and Catamarca. It also surrounds Jujuy. To the north it borders Bolivia and Paraguay and to the west lies Chile.


Before the Spanish conquest, numerous native peoples (now called Diaguitas and Calchaquies) lived in the valleys of what is now Salta Province; they formed many different tribes, the Quilmes and Humahuacas among them, which all shared the Cacan language. The Atacamas lived in the Puna, and the Wichis (Matacos), in the Chaco region.

The first conquistador to venture into the area was Diego de Almagro in 1535; he was followed by Diego de Rojas. Hernando de Lerma founded San Felipe de Lerma in 1582, following orders of the viceroy Francisco de Toledo, Count of Oropesa; the name of the city was soon changed to "San Felipe de Salta". By 1650, the city had around five hundred inhabitants.

An intendency of "Salta del Tucuman" was created within the Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata. In 1774, San Ramon de La Nueva Oran was founded between Salta and Tarija (Tarija was added to the intendency later, in 1807). In 1783, in recognition of the growing importance of the city, the capital of the intendency of Salta del Tucuman was moved from San Miguel de Tucuman to Salta.

The battle of Salta in 1813 freed the territory from Spain, but occasional attacks were mounted from the Viceroyalty of Peru as late as 1826. Gervasio de Posadas created the Province of Salta in 1814, containing the current provinces of Salta, Jujuy, and parts of southern Bolivia and northern Chile.

Exploiting internal Argentine conflicts that arose after the Argentine Declaration of Independence, Bolivia annexed Tarija in 1826. In 1834, Jujuy withdrew from Salta and became a separate province. The borders of Salta were further reduced in 1900, with the loss of Yacuiba to Bolivia.

The National Government of Los Andes, constituted from the province in 1902 with a capital at San Antonio de los Cobres, was returned to Salta Province in 1943 as the Department of Los Andes.

Antonio Alice's painting, La muerte de Guemes, which received a Gold Medal at the Centenary Exposition, is on display at the offices of the Salta Provincial Government.[3]


The total land area of the province is 155,488 km2 (60,034 sq mi), making it the sixth largest province by area in Argentina.[4]

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The main rivers of the province are the Pilcomayo, Bermejo, and the Juramento, which later becomes the Salado River.[4] Salta Province is located at a geologically active region, and suffers from occasional earthquakes. There have been four earthquakes of note in the province:

The 1692 earthquake was the inspiration for Salta's annual citywide festival, held on 16 September, in honor of El Senor y la Virgen del Milagro.[5]


Although Salta Province is located near the Tropic of Capricorn, it has a wide range of climates due to variation in altitude and the influence of orography.[6] The orientation of the Andes influences the distribution of precipitation within the province.[6]

The easternmost parts of the province have a hot semi-arid climate (Koppen BSh) with a rainy season in the summer.[6][7] The mean annual temperature and precipitation are 20 °C (68.0 °F) and 500 millimetres (19.7 in).[6][7] Temperatures can reach up to 47 °C or 116.6 °F during summer, while they can fall down to −5 °C or 23 °F during winter.[6][7]

The first slopes of the Andes force the moist, easterly winds to rise, provoking very high condensation leading to the formation of clouds that generate copious amounts of rain.[8] The eastern slopes of the mountains receive between 1,000 to 1,500 mm (39 to 59 in) of precipitation a year, although some places receive up to 2,500 mm (98 in) of precipitation annually owing to orographic precipitation.[8][9] Most of the precipitation is concentrated in the summer, with winters being dry.[10] The high rainfall on these first slopes creates a thick jungle that extends in a narrow strip along these ranges, creating an area of great species diversity.[6][10] At higher altitudes on these slopes, the climate is cooler and more humid, with the vegetation consisting of deciduous and pine trees.[10]

Between the high altitudes to the west and the low plains to the east lie the valleys.[7] The climate of these valleys is either humid subtropical with dry winters (Koppen Cwa) or subtropical highland (Cwb), favouring human settlement and agricultural activities.[7] Mean annual precipitation is around 1,000 mm (39 in), most of it during summer.[7] Mean temperatures exceed 20 °C (68.0 °F) during the summer, while during winter, they are below 14 °C (57.2 °F).[7]

Further west, the Altiplano is a plateau at 3,000 to 4,000 metres (9,800 to 13,100 ft) above sea level. This region has a cool semi-arid climate (Koppen BSk): high temperatures vary little (since the warmer season is cloudy, and the cooler sunny), ranging from 14 to 21 °C or 57.2 to 69.8 °F; night temperatures go from 6 °C or 42.8 °F in midsummer, to −8 °C or 17.6 °F in midwinter, and extremes under −15 °C or 5 °F might be recorded. All rain falls exclusively in the summer, with annual totals between 200 and 400 millimetres or 8 and 16 inches. Several salt flats exist in this area.

The highest altitudes found in the western parts of the province have a cool arid climate (Koppen BWk), with large diurnal ranges (temperature range between day and night).[6]


Salta's economy is relatively underdeveloped, yet diverse. Its economy in 2006 was estimated at US$5.141 billion or, US$4,764 per capita, 45% below the national average.[11] In 2012, its economy was estimated at $30.613 billon pesos (about US$6.743 billion) or $23,971 pesos (about US$5,280) per capita.[12][13]

Manufacturing plays a significant role in Salta, adding 20% to the economy. Gas and petroleum from the Tartagal, Aguas Blancas, Madrejones and Campo Duran centres is transported to Buenos Aires and Rosario by pipes. There is also an oil refinery located at Campo Duran. Mining includes uranium at Iruya, La Poma and San Carlos.

Agriculture and its derived industries are still an important activity in the province, adding over 10% to output. Tobacco, sugar cane and viticulture are the most important and produce most of the exports from the area. Other crops mostly for local consumption are maize, beans, citrus, bananas, and tomatoes. The sugar cane is processed in plants in Salta before it is sent to the rest of Argentina and other countries. The plant in San Martin de Tabacal is the most important of them. The famous wines of the Valles Calchaquies region (mainly Torrontes, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon) near Cafayate are produced in numerous vineyards of diverse sizes. American breeds of cattle are raised only on the humid subtropical east, along with some sheep and goats.


The Salta province is home to a number of natural, social and historic attractions.

The provincial capital city, also named Salta and nicknamed "La Linda" ("The beautiful") is both an important tourist destination, and the centre point for visiting the rest of the province. The city holds different attractions; among them are its colonial houses and cathedral, and the Museo de Arqueologia de Alta Montana de Salta that holds the three frozen Inca mummies found at the Llullaillaco volcano and known as the Children of Llullaillaco .

The Tren a las Nubes ("Train to the Clouds") crosses canyons and cliffs before arriving at the 3,775 metres altitude (12,500 feet) of San Antonio de los Cobres. The red-rock formations of the Valles Calchaquies and the wine-town of Cafayate are the second most visited place in the province. Many visit the Cachi mountains and the villages (such as Payogasta) around it.

There are three national parks in Salta: El Rey National Park in the Yungas jungle, Baritu National Park and Los Cardones National Park.


According to the results from the 2010 census [INDEC], the province has a population of 1,214,441.[15] It constitutes 3.0% of the total population in Argentina.[16] This represented a 12.5% increase in the population compared to 2001 census [INDEC] which had 1,079,051 inhabitants.[17] 6.5% of the population or 79,204 persons declared themselves as having Indigenous background,[18] making it one of the provinces that has a high percentage of indigenous people, being ranked 5th behind Chubut, Neuquen, Jujuy and Rio Negro.[16] The most populous indigenous groups in the province are the Wichi, which make up 24.9% of the total indigenous population followed by the Kolla (21.6%), and the Guarani (13.7%).[18] As well, 4,189 persons declared themselves to be Afro-Argentine.[19]

The province hosts a diverse foreign community: Christian Levantines of Syrian-Lebanese origin, Spaniards and Italians make up the largest groups. A small Ukrainian community has been there since the collapse of the Soviet Union and an Indian Sinkh community has been living in Rosario de la Frontera since the 1940s. Other foreign people settled in the province are the Greek Cypriots, the Chinese, the Germans, the Francs, the Chileans, the Bolivians, the Paraguayans and the Slavs from the Adriatic (mainly Serbs and Croats). The Jewish community has a synagogue and the Muslims have a mosque, both in Salta City. Salta´s Jews are mostly of Ashkenazim origin, but there are also a few Sefardim families.


The province is governed as representative and republican form of government.[4] The provincial government is divided into three branches: the executive, headed by a popularly elected governor, who appoints the cabinet; the legislative; and the judiciary, headed by the Supreme Court.

The Constitution of Salta Province forms the formal law of the province.

In Argentina, the most important law enforcement organization is the Argentine Federal Police but the additional work is carried out by the Salta Provincial Police.

Political division[edit]

The province is divided in 23 departments (Spanish: departamentos), containing 59 municipalities (Spanish: municipios).[20] The capital of the province is the city of Salta, which is where the provincial government is located at.[20]

See also[edit] References[edit] External links[edit]

Coordinates: 24°47′S 65°25′W / 24.783°S 65.417°W / -24.783; -65.417

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Salty's BBQ in Bakersfield, CA. Call us at (661) 587-8437. Check out our location and hours, and latest menu with photos and reviews..
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salteado - Diccionario Español-Francés WordReference.com

Principales traductions: Español: Francés: salteado adj adjetivo: Describe el sustantivo.Puede ser posesivo, numeral, demostrativo ("casa grande", "mujer alta"). (sofrito a fuego fuerte) sauté adj adjectif: modifie un nom. Il est généralement placé après le nom et s'accorde avec le nom (ex : un ballon bleu, une balle bleue).En général, seule la forme au masculin singulier est donnée.salteado - Diccionario Espanol-Frances online.
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Salteadas Conjugation | Conjugate Saltearse in Spanish

Salteadas is a conjugated form of the verb saltearse. Learn to conjugate saltearse.Salteadas is a conjugated form of the verb saltearse. Learn to conjugate saltearse..
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Salteados - 4,775 recetas caseras- Cookpad

Resultado de búsqueda de salteados. Recetas de Anticuchos Salteados 👍🇵🇪, Langostinos Salteados👍🇵🇪 y muchas más recetas de salteados.
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Hotel San Jacinto - Manabí - Ecuador

Disfrute y descanse en nuestras habitaciones con baños privados con vista al mar. Contamos con servicio de bar y restaurante donde ofrecemos autentica comida típica y bebidas a precios cómodos. Estamos localizado en las hermosas playas de San Jacinto y cerca de San ClementeDisfrute y descanse en nuestras habitaciones con banos privados con vista al mar. Contamos con servicio de bar y restaurante donde ofrecemos autentica comida tipica y bebidas a precios comodos. Estamos localizado en las hermosas playas de San Jacinto y cerca de San Clemente.
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Salt - Curse of Aros

Feb 04, 2021 · A color white salt used in cooking. Each Salt gives 80xp and requires mining level 25 to be mined.. Location. Salt rocks can be found within Mushroom Island and Forest area of Brightleaf.. RecipesA color white salt used in cooking..
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SALT - Sound Art Live Theatre

Nov 27. Open. Ljóð og ljósroynd til Jólakonsertina í kvøld kl ... 4 1. sound_art_live_theatre. View. Okt 15. Open. Í kvøld kl 22:00 trína fólkakæru Frændur á pall í ...Sound Art Live Theatre.
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Salt on Mass – Salt on Mass

Salt on Mass. is located in the heart of Indianapolis in a contemporary space of coastal design and floor to ceiling views of the downtown skyline and Massachusetts Avenue, Salt on Mass has a focus on fresh. A locally owned scratch kitchen and bar specializing in wild and sustainable seafood, steaks, hand crafted cocktails and extensive wine ....
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salteado | Sinónimos y analogías de salteado en español ...

¿Qué es un sinónimo? Un sinónimo es una palabra que tiene un significado casi idéntico a otra. Los sinónimos son términos diferentes que significan casi lo mismo (por ejemplo, tirado es un sinónimo de salteado). En general, dos palabras se consideran sinónimas si, al intercambiarlas en una oración, el sentido de ésta no varía. Además, dos palabras sinónimas deben …Sinonimos y analogias para salteado en espanol agrupadas por significado.
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El Punt Avui - Salt

El Punt Avui neix el 31 de juliol del 2011 de la fusió de dues capçaleres històriques: l'Avui (nascut el 1976) i El Punt (el 1979). El diari és líder de la premsa editada només en català.El Punt Avui neix el 31 de juliol del 2011 de la fusio de dues capcaleres historiques: l'Avui (nascut el 1976) i El Punt (el 1979). El diari es lider de la premsa editada nomes en catala..
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The salt - Quique Dacosta restaurant in Valencia of ...

Delicatessen made at Quique Dacosta Restaurante. Red tuna belly, cured for five months in saline atmosphere, salt-free 20€; Semi-cured ling cake on crispy papadum 10€; Llisa roe from Cullera, semi-sun-cured 16€ 16€; Anchovies 00 López (unit) 4,50€.
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