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  • adjective From, or pertaining to, Majorcas
  • proper noun countable Someone from Majorca.


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  • There were slender brown women wearing over their braids and white rebocillos broad straw hats with streamers and sprays of wild flowers; men dressed in striped drill, the so-called Majorcan cloth, their hats stuck on the backs of their heads like black or gray nimbuses around their shaven faces.

    The Dead Command From the Spanish Los Muertos Mandan

  • There was a generous plateful of swordfish carpaccio with lemon and rocket to lighten things and, at the heavier end, grilled discs of Majorcan salami sobrasada to spread on walnut toast.

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  • The left-handed Majorcan began the match with a career win-loss record of 133-1 in when winning the first set at a major, with his only loss arriving at the hands of countryman David Ferrer at the 2007 U.S. Open.

    Djokovic Beats Nadal in Australian Open Final

  • Reuters Local hope Bernard Tomic If Nadal's decision to use a heavier racket pays off by providing additional power on his forehand and serve, the Majorcan could bag an 11th major, a feat achieved by Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver.

    Deep Field Looks to Start With Major Win

  • Boris Becker were using terms like 'freak' and 'monster' to describe the Majorcan.

    Hard Work Behind the Scenes

  • He is allowed treats such as chocolate, salty Majorcan biscuits named Quely and his grandmother's special cake.

    Hard Work Behind the Scenes

  • It shows a three-year-old Jordan Henderson sitting on Ryan Giggs's shoulders, the toddler giddy at meeting the Manchester United star on a Majorcan beach.

    Jordan Henderson of Sunderland set to win England cap against France

  • Calves 'brains cooked in a major way - Majorcan style.

    June 14th, 2007

  • Open press conference on Sunday after our favorite Majorcan muscleman took down rival Spaniard Nicolas Almagro in the third round, when Fernando Gonzalez stepped into the room to discuss his victory over the Czech Tomas Berdych.

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  • But also said by (a) and (c) in the past, but never by (d) who is part of the Labour/BBC Establishment in Scotland who let Jack McConnell use her Majorcan villa for holidays (until they were found out).

    Quiz Question: Who Said This Today?


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