Definitions

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  • proper n. A constructed language invented by David Crandall based on Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese.

Etymologies

From the Latin words Roma ("Rome") and nova, feminine of novus ("new"). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • "People wanted to show that not only they were not paid by anyone, but that actually they pay their own money," said Olga Romanova, the informal treasurer of the rally.

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  • Of course, in the comic books, Romanova attempts to seduce American defense contractor Tony Stark, inevitably confronting Iron Man, defecting to the United States to join the super-team the Avengers.

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  • I am afraid that the mention of Tatiana Romanova obliges me to record that Fleming described her otherwise peerless behind as "so hardened with exercise that it had lost the smooth downward feminine sweep, and now, round at the back and flat and hard at the sides, it jutted like a man's."

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  • And how does Bond react when praised by the exquisite Tatiana Romanova for his resemblance to an American film star?

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  • It seems like a simplified, artificial Romance language, similar to Romanova or Interlingua, but it's not either of those two.

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  • Kerim Bey and a Soviet security officer named Benz, who spots Romanova, also board the train, but Grant later kills both of them, making it appear as if they killed each othermanova in Turkey, where SPECTRE plans to avenge Bond's killing of Dr.No. The Bouncing Souls "Airport Security" on Chunksaah Records

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  • Romanova and escapes with the Lektor on the Orient Express.

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  • In the film, James Bond is sent to assist in the defection of Soviet consulate clerk Tatiana RoThe next day, Romanova heads off for a pre-arranged rendezvous at Hagia Sophia.

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  • In the resulting chaos, Bond finds Romanova and escapes with the Lektor on the Orient

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  • In the resulting chaos, Bond finds Romanova and escapes with the Lektor on the Orient Express.

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