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  • Note: I have left some Spanish words and phrases unitalicized as in the original text, aiming more for consistency in italicizing the words and phrases that were often italicized than in italicizing every occurrence of Spanish; and, with the exception of "razon" and "Pédro," have not altered accenting on Spanish words as they occurred in the original text.

    Rezánov

  • Yes, Rudy Giuliani is a BIG FAT UGLY hypocrite!!! razon

    Giuliani to reiterate criticism of Obama's terror trial decision

  • And, after all, gangsters are gangsters ... just because they're ALSO in the narcotics export biz doesn't mean they're aren't going to provide other services within their razon (anti) social.

    Most victims of violent crime in Mexico not connected with narcotics

  • Tortas: Me han dicho que una de las mejores torterias esta sobre la Calle Central Sur y esquina con la 3 norte y el luugar se llama Popeye, lo malo de este sitio es que enfrente esta el Velatorio! esa es la razon por la que solo puedo decirte que "me han dicho" que estan muy ricas porque no me gustaria ir jamaz.

    Tapachula vs. Tuxtla

  • De ver la sumas le toma batir al trocar la sezon Papa piedre razon

    Salonika: Female Education at the end of the Nineteenth Century.

  • Both men aspired to the presidency, and Mr. de Venecia sought to exploit Mitra's principal vulnerability: an uneasy relationship with then-President C.razon C. Aquino.

    The Rocky Road to Reform in Manila

  • El ataque contra la razon: Como la politica del miedo, el secretismo y la fe ciega erosionion la democracia y ponen en peligro a Estados Unidos y al mundo (Spanish Edition) by Al Gore

    Al Gore's Inaugural Address: January 20, 2009

  • Although the national mottoes vary with the different flags, yet the Chilian is the most universally followed in South America, as elsewhere: "_Por la razon ó la fuerza_" (By right or by might).

    Through Five Republics on Horseback, Being an Account of Many Wanderings in South America

  • Proud of the Spanish blood in her veins, though that blood was but that of a common soldier, she counted herself to be of the gente de razon, far above the level of the mere Indians, her mother's people.

    The Penance of Magdalena & Other Tales of the California Missions

  • The Indian slave girls who lived in their houses bore the children of their sons, and some of these half-bred and quarter-bred children were eventually accepted by the _gente de razon_, as the aristocrats called themselves.

    The Blood of the Conquerors

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