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Definition of Parados

Parados
Parados Par`a*dos, n.; pl. Paradoses. [F., fr. parer to defend + dos back, L. dorsum.] (Fort.) An intercepting mound, erected in any part of a fortification to protect the defenders from a rear or ricochet fire; a traverse. --Farrow.

Meaning of Parados from wikipedia

- A parodos (also parode and parodus; Ancient Gr****: πάροδος, "entrance," plural parodoi), in the theater of ancient Greece, is a side-entrance to the stage...
- In philosophy and logic, the classical liar paradox or liar's paradox or antinomy of the liar is the statement of a liar that they are lying: for instance...
- María Parado de Bellido (5 July 1777 – 11 May 1822) was an indigenous Peruvian revolutionary during the struggle for independence from Spain. She was born...
- The barber paradox is a puzzle derived from Russell's paradox. It was used by Bertrand Russell as an illustration of the paradox, though he attributes...
- Visitacion Parado (born July 2, 1961), better known by her screen name Tetchie Agbayani, is a Filipina movie and television actress, Mutya ng Pilipinas...
- Hueso Parado, Spanish for “Standing Bone” or El Juez Tarado Spanish for "The Judge Tarado" (1858 census), was the largest village of the Maricopa people...
- Initially, both the parapet and parados of the trench were built in this way, but a later technique was to dispense with the parados for much of the trench line...
- The Parado River is a river of Mato Grosso state in western Brazil. List of rivers of Mato Grosso Brazilian Ministry of Transport v t e...
- She has appeared in Comedy Central Presents for Latin America and Stand Parados and is also a regular guest in El Incorrecto and Celebrity Rooms on E!...
- November 2016. Romero, Enrique (30 October 1999). "Que hoy nos dejen muy bien parados" [May our name be held very high today]. Olé (in Spanish). Archived from...