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“Marcelnad, who posted the video is from Barcelona and has it labeled as "iberian goat".”
“The mexican way of pronouncing the j is much softer than the iberian or castillian one but essentially the same.”
“A white Anglo Saxon is the father of the Hispanic race, not the Romans that conquered the iberian penisula Spain in the heart of Europe or The white European Spaniards that settled in latin America, Cervantes was not white European as Shaspeaker according to your ethnocentric and ignorant comments, probably your are like millions of Americans highly deficient in geography.”
“So, those hispanoamericans intelectuals came back to their contries with a name that was more positive because it refers not only to iberian countries but firstly to roman civilisation and its sons : Italy, France, which are countries that represented the cultural elite of western civilisation.”
“I'd given him the name of a hotel I'd seen on the way here, the Great iberian, a red -- brick hulk with no lights in the windows, only the sign hanging above the doors with its capital S missing, almost certainly closed at this hour, possibly derelict, it didn't make any difference, there was nowhere we could stay tonight until I could raise Ferris, nowhere in this whole bloody city.”
“Wednesday, May 05, 2010 anti-gay right wing baptist minister rents a boy. on april 13, the "rent boy" (whom we'll call lucien) arrived at miami international airport on iberian airlines flight 6123, after a ten-day, fully subsidized trip to europe. he was soon followed out of customs by an old man with an atavistic mustache and a desperate blond comb-over, pushing an overburdened baggage cart.”
“•Málaga bread roll (iberian pork, green bell peppers, onion and tomato)”
“In a mini-scandal, the photographer is being stripped of his award because the animal is a tamed iberian wolf, rarely seen in the wild.”
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