2AC - Celia - Monica - Victoria

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2AC - Celia - Monica - Victoria

  1. 1. Eustaquia Juliana Coco-Cuadrado Cebevi
  2. 2. Eustaquia Juliana Coco-Cuadrado Cebevi was better knew as “La Blasa”. She was born in the toilet of her house, in Camuñas (Toledo) on November 7th, 1918.
  3. 3. She went to school “The Black Sheep”. She learned to shear sheeps and she also learned to does jumpers with wool. When she left school, she was ten years old and she began to work with her father and his sheeps. Later, when she was twelve years old, she studied law the field.
  4. 4. <ul><li>When she was fourteen years old she had a disease, a serious problem of sight called “BLASAPÍA”. Because of this, the doctor Rosendo sent her a horrible glasses. </li></ul><ul><li>When she was fifteen years old, the doctors detected a back problem and they sent her a “GARROTA”. </li></ul>
  5. 5. When she was seventeen, she compromised with “El Tío de la Vara”. Later, they got a married. Their honeymoon was in “Las Lagunas De Ruidera”. There, they were expelled to kicks. When they returned to Camuñas, they had five children: Mariana Prudencia, Ana Francisca, Gerardo Daniel, Victoria Isabel and Aurelio Antonio. They were very fans of compound names.
  6. 6. Because of the number sons, haven´t enough money and they sold the sheeps. When they had a little money, they changed to “Paraje Natural de Titos”. The sons grew up, and “La Blasa” and “El tío De La Vara” bought two vineyards. When saved money, they went to the concert of their favourite band, &quot;Los Chichos“.
  7. 7. In the concert, they met ‘The Chichos’. Then, “La Blasa” and “El Tío de La Vara” turned into their representatives. In 1985 was their fifty anniversary and ‘El Tío De La Vara’ he gave him a sheep. She died at the ninety-seven years old, when she went to shear her sheep.
  8. 8. Created by: Celia Leo Rodríguez Victoria Lam Beatriz Mulet Perona

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