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  • Tra chi si giocher lambito trofeo anche Pat Angerer, buonissimo linebacker di Iowa che continua la grande tradizione difensiva degli Hawkeyes, di cui stato personality in questa stagione criminal 119 tackles allattivo; numeri inferiori, infine, per il plurititolato Eric Berry, defensive behind di Tennessee che si confermato uno dei migliori giocatori del ruolo totalizzando 75 placcaggi e 2 intercetti.

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  • Hanno buonissimo sale in grano, che leuano da un lagune che è lunghe una giornata di quà. ...

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation. Vol. XIII. America. Part II.

  • Other accounts, preserved in a letter of Oviedo addressed to the celebrated cardinal Bembo, say that Gonzalo Pizarro, when he discovered the province of cinnamon-trees, “sought at the same time a great prince, noised in those countries, who was always covered with powdered gold, so that from head to foot he resembled an image of gold fashioned by the hand of a skilful workman (a una figura d’oro lavorato di mano d’un buonissimo orefice).

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

  • Other accounts, preserved in a letter of Oviedo addressed to the celebrated cardinal Bembo, say that Gonzalo Pizarro, when he discovered the province of cinnamon-trees, "sought at the same time a great prince, noised in those countries, who was always covered with powdered gold, so that from head to foot he resembled an image of gold fashioned by the hand of a skilful workman (a una figura d'oro lavorato di mano d'un buonissimo orefice).

    Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America, During the Year 1799-1804 — Volume 3

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