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“naca' the subject, and thus brings the passage into keeping with the context, where the poet has exhausted his vocabulary in detailing the actions of the vessel.”
“So fresa is pretentious/show-off and naca is tacky?”
“Fresa brings to mind a snobby rich kid who looks down on people who don't wear Dolce and Gabbana (The Devil Wears Prada, anyone?), while naca makes me think of the Antonio Aguilar song about the girl who goes to the city to work as a maid and starts putting on airs - and American clothes.”
“Or you can contact the National Association of Consumer Advocates, which has a list of consumer lawyers nationwide at naca. net.”
“A partial directory of lawyers with experience is at www. naca.net.”
“Behind Nails, as behind navis or naca, we want to have a picture of a dark, slender mass with sail or oars, climbing the ridges, with no officious English word intruding: ”
“Ang ycanim, sumangpala taia ycering dios siyang naca uauala nang casalanan.”
“(Cf. 1804.)  R. suggests, 'Gewát him on naca,' and renders: _The vessel set out, to drive on the sea, the Dane-country left_.”
“All you would understand would be perhaps, pag, naga, naca, mag, tag, paga; and all this would probably convey but little meaning to you.”
“R. proposes, gewāt him on naca, = _the vessel set out_, on alliterating as at l.”
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