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“Far more rare and magical are superior mirages, also known as fata morgana.”
“My vision quickly morphed into a fata morgana when she changed the mutual congratulatory tone of the call with: "So, the first thing you're going to need to do is to hire a line editor.”
“Pe siteul cu pricina se gaseste si designul de fata. sursa var linkwithin_div_class = "linkwithin_hook"; var linkwithin_site_id = 74687; Share and [...]”
“Some of these recommendations include: extension of law to include fata and fana, having a family court in each district and clauses concerning child marriages, consent and divorce.”
“Note 61: "Mars ferus et summum tangens cytherea tonantem dant tibi regna pares et tua fata movent.”
“On the face value, apart from brilliant exceptions, nowadays the above seems to be a pipe dream, a fata morgana from the 1960s.”
“This is not a race issue, a "race war", an apartheid fata morgana, it is part and parcel of a global class struggle, in which inexorably rage capital versus labor, barbarism versus socialism.”
“I think I saw that, but in the same place I also saw giant stretched cows sailing through the air with horns prodding the heavens, a magnified image of what lay beyond the horizon, thrown into the sky and projected on its vast screen, a fata morgana, or in Hungarian a délibáb.”
“HTLVTransmitted in the same manner as HIV but less deadly, it causes fata T-cell leukemia in only 1 percent of its victims.”
“Today at lunch, we had the chance to see a very cool atmospheric optical effect at the horizon called "fata morgana".”
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