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  1. Capital simbólico, recursos culturales y sociales que reciben prestigio y tienen un especial simbolismo en una sociedad. Además. Capital (fortificación), línea imaginaria comprendida en el punto de unión de una fortificación. Capital natural, recursos naturales vistos como medios de producción. Buque capital, concepto anglosajón ...

  2. En 2014 el 80% de las ejecuciones se concentraron en los estados de Texas, Misuri y Florida. Puerto Rico y Míchigan son las únicas dos jurisdicciones de los Estados Unidos que han prohibido explícitamente la pena capital en sus constituciones: en 1952 y 1964, respectivamente.

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    Etymology. According to early Spanish articles, the Lima area was once called Itchyma, [citation needed] after its original inhabitants. However, even before the Inca occupation of the area in the 15th century, a famous oracle in the Rímac valley had come to be known by visitors as Limaq (Limaq, pronounced , which means "talker" or "speaker" in the coastal Quechua that was the area's primary ...

  4. The Big Five is an informal institution of the legislative leadership role in California's government, consisting of the governor, the Assembly speaker, the Assembly minority leader, the Senate president pro tempore, and the Senate minority leader.

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