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“Your situation is…complicated by a conflicted relationship with Spain, which might be symbolized by the question of whether Catalonia is its own nation (nacion) or a nationality (nationalidad) within the Spanish nation.”
“It seemed quite hipocritical that the guide introduced the murals as the "patrimonio de la nacion", but apparently only of the nacion that can afford to pay US$1 if you're Mexican and US$30 if you're foreign.”
“Your situation is also complicated by a conflicted relationship with Spain, which might be symbolized by the question of whether Catalonia is its own nation (nacion) or a nationality (nationalidad) within the Spanish nation.”
“So that theineither will eate ne drincke with them: no nor lye in the chambre that a straunger of a nother nacion lyeth in.”
“The whole nacion of them is perswaded, that thei muche passe all other men in knowledge, and the subtilties of sciences.”
“Againe, that there is another nacion, much longer lived than we are, whiche in their youth are horeheared: and in their age, their heare waxeth blacke.”
“The Budines are a great nacion, and a populous, graye eyed, and redde headed al. Their heade citie is Gelone, wherof thei are also called Gelonites.”
“Ther are througheout the whole nacion certeine houses and stockes, that are pencionaries at armes, whose issue is as it ware branded with the marcke of the crosse, the skinne beyng pretely slitte.”
“And this maner of shauyng, do thei vse also that dwelle among theim, of what nacion so euer thei be.”
“The Nasamones (a greate and a terrible nacion, spoilers of suche Shippes as fortune to be throwen vpon the Sandes in the streightes) towarde Sommer, leauyng their cattle vpon the Sea coaste, goe doune into the plaine countrie to gather Dates, whiche are there very faire, and in greate plentie.”
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