- From Russian пурга. (Wiktionary)
“The script characterizes the "purga" as a "dark stain," a "ghost that has come back to haunt us.”
“This, however, is not always practicable; should the storm, or, as it is called here, "purga," overtake him in the ravine of”
“But Tom Hanks, who starred in the first Dan Brown movie novelization -- DaVinci Code -- explains, the Catholic church attacked the Illuminati, purging and killing some its most respected leaders in what was called "the purga.”
“Tom Hanks, who also starred in the first Dan Brown movie novelization -- DaVinci Code -- explains, the Catholic church attacked the Illuminati, purging and killing some its most respected leaders in what was called "the purga.”
“Guardian | Japan's resurgent nationalism has global ramifications Depois da segunda guerra mundial, o Japão não passou pelo mesmo processo de purga que a alemanha.”
“Page 269, Volume 1 stressed the connection between purification, purga - tion, and religious mysteries.”
“Jalapa (M.) _Jatropha curcas_ L. Pinhão de purga (O.) _Johannesia princeps_ Vell.”
“_Operculina convolvulus_ M. Batata de purga (M.) _Oreodaphne Hookeriana_ M.issn.”
“Since we had quitted La Vibora the weather had been remarkably fine; the colour of the sea was indigo-blue and sometimes violet, owing to the quantity of medusae and eggs of fish (purga de mar) which covered it.”
“Three qualities of sugar are distinguished in the island of Cuba, according to the degree of purity attained by refining (grados de purga).”
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yet another list like this.
Environmental Ice and Snow
(excluding all the food ice)
need to learn these words!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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