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“The Romans might, however, confound the African term berber with barbari, which latter they applied, like the Greeks, to all strangers and foreigners.”
“We had a wool berber in a rented house in Altadena, and it must have been 20 or 30 years old at the time and still looked like it had been redone just before we moved in, despite being a fairly light gray/neutral color.”
“Teaching berber as a language on a mass basis simply is not going to work.”
“The arabic language was only used by the berber aristocrats.”
“All the Israelis who post here and elsewhere pretend that they are the victims because they sometimes spill their expensive, imported red wine on their shaggy berber carpet due to siren warnings.”
“Have you ever tried to get tread marks and the smell of Eric Stoltz out of a berber carpet?”
“Works a day job...likes Margaritas...has beautiful berber style carpet in his home”
“Okay, cat puke + berber carpet - what's the Green Cleaning solution for that lovely mess?”
“As my beloved came to the rescue with a pitcher of water, I writhed in agony on the berber carpet with no one to blame but myself.”
“Sometimes we get so caught up in grant applications and new seats and berber aisle rugs and bringing actors up from Hollywood that we forget that all the audience wants is a moving story told well.”
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When I was in third grade an extra credit assignment I did was to make a list of at least fifty languages. I got to fifty, then kept going... and going... and going. Even twenty years later, I am ...
"You don't see her?" Gibreel shouted. "You don't see her goddamn Bokhara rug?"
being carpets, which may or may not fly.
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