Resortes

All Noun
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  • Resortes, who began his career as a member of a circus, made his motion picture debut in 1946.
  • Known primarily for his talent as a comedian, Resortes was also an accomplished dancer.
  • Those two movies in particular became two of the largest teen movie hits in Mexican movie history and helped Resortes gain familiarity among the younger generations during the 1980s.
  • Resortes was hospitalized with emphysema on April 3, 2003 and died on April 4.
  • The fortunate man, portrayed by the Mexican comedian, Adalberto Martinez, a.k.a. Resortes, sleeps with other homeless people on the floor of a shelter.
  • V. no hace mencion en su atenta de los engranajes, conexiones, llantas y resortes de nuestro pedido 2 del que rige, no sea que se haya traspapelado nuestra orden. Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • In 1976, she finally returned to Mexico for a musical revue in the Teatro Blanquita with "Resortes" and Rosa Carmina.
  • Todos los resortes de la maquinaria novelesca parecen flojos y mortecinos de tanto funcionar; todas las situaciones emocionantes, todos los caracteres salientes, todos los tipos de humanidad, estan casi agotados. Cited from El paraiso de las mujeres, by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • Probe entonces un momento de satisfaccion, encontrando en este digno prelado un protector solicito de la humanidad, dispuesto a poner en juego todos los resortes para llegar al fin que tanto deseabamos, la mejora de la condicion de los indigenas. Cited from Descripcion Geografica de Bolivia, by Alcides de Orbigny
Root form of resortes is resort for the verb.