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“How is it that ur, a Gaelic word for fire, is so like ura the Basque word for water, and Ure the name of an English stream?”
“The traditional dance (known as the ura) is a rapid-fire hip-shaking set to an explosion of synchronized drums, and the cross-island trek on Rarotonga with blond-dreadlocked Pa is a high-energy lesson in local flora and fauna.”
“Noriyori from the battle now pending, and to that end they selected for arena Dan-no-ura, that is to say, the littoral of Nagato province immediately east of the Shimonoseki Strait.”
“From Urago we proceeded to Hishi-ura, which is in Nakanoshima, and the scenery grew always more wonderful as we steamed between the islands.”
“• Facing right, it represents strength and intelligence, and is called the ura”
“His masterpiece followed, the nearly three-hour "Marketa Lazarov á ," inspired by a 1931 experimental novel by Vladislav Van č ura.”
“L. L.NG: L.ura, you're my best friend in the world.”
“L. L.NG: It's crazy to think about the fact that right now there is a nuclear standoff going on and L.ura and Euna are in the middle of it.”
“L. L.NG: It is crazy to think the fact that, right now, there's a-- a-- a nuclear standoff going on, and L.ura and Euna are in the middle of it.”
“April 8, 2008 at 3:04 pm my father once told me about two women named ima fish and ura fish. shelley says:”
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¡La única lista que también incluye flexiónes verbales y pluralizaciones! Ayúdame a encontrarlas todas.
(Por ser una lista para Scrabble, los dígrafos ll, rr, y ch valen como una sola ...
Random, I know.
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