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  • Some stone types though, such as africano or cipollino rosso, are almost completely absent at Sagalassos.

    Stone Studies « Interactive Dig Sagalassos – City in the Clouds

  • También olvidada por las instituciones españolas, caso del Instituto Cervantes o Casa Arabe, que no se interesan por la cultura de este pueblo árabe africano que también se expresa en español, y que un día formó parte de España.

    Poetry and Spanish Permanent Links for Sahrawi Culture

  • Chris Chameleon è un cantante sud africano, già cantante e bassista del gruppo Boo!

    No Fat Clips!!! : Chris Chameleon – All of me

  • Guardian | The looting of Kenya Como enriquecer em três tempos, ou talvez mais depressa: chegar ao poder num país africano.

    Leituras

  • O estrangeiro, o vizinho, o estranho, o africano, o asiático, são sempre vistos não como seres humanos mas como ameaças inomináveis.

    Freaks

  • Y aquí se viene el africano con el baile que es una (bomba)

    corazon de melon?

  • Y aquí viene el africano con el baile que es una (bomba)

    corazon de melon?

  • Noteworthy finds from the contexts of the areas excavated this year were a piece of crusta in africano (Teos, Turkey) from a sondage near the theatre and a piece of porfido rosso originating from the Odeion.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Stone

  • Vere had eagerly questioned him, and he, speaking with vehemence in the heat of his recollection, had brought before her a picture of that scene in his simple life; had shown her how he lay, and how the Padrone lay, he listening, the Padrone, book in hand, reading about the "mago africano."

    A Spirit in Prison

  • Flaminio Vacca adds, that the columns were of _bigio africano_, fourteen feet high.

    Pagan and Christian Rome

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