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  • La primera de la cofradía de "Gitanos" que sale el Lunes Santo, y la segunda de Fusionadas, que sale el Miércoles Santo, ambas de Málaga

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  • Women wearing a traditional mantilla dress take part in a procession of the "Gitanos" brotherhood during Holy Week in the Andalusian city of Malaga, southern Spain April 6, 2009.

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  • Women wearing a traditional mantilla dress take part in a procession of the "Gitanos" brotherhood during Holy Week in the Andalusian city of Malaga, southern Spain April 6, 2009.

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  • Women wearing a traditional mantilla dress take part in a procession of the "Gitanos" brotherhood during Holy Week in the Andalusian city of Malaga, southern Spain April 6, 2009.

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  • French, Zigenner by the Germans, Gitanos in Spain, Tschinghenneh by the

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  • Bohemians, and Gitanos from all corners of the globe, who have been able to make the pilgrimage thither, pass the night before the shrine of their sainted _patronne_, as a preliminary act to the election of their queen for the coming year.

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  • "Nay, it is common and proven knowledge with _Gitanos_."

    For Whom The Bell Tolls

  • "Nay, it is common and proven knowledge with Gitanos."

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  • It is not strange that Borrow should be regarded with suspicion by the Spaniards on account of his association with the Gitanos.

    The Life of George Borrow

  • For all these discouragements Borrow persisted, and perhaps none of his efforts in Spain produced less result than this "attempt to enlighten the minds of the Gitanos on the subject of religion." {339a}

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