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  • noun Plural form of Mallorcan.

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Examples

  • For Madrid, the Mallorcans are a tricky on the road.

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  • Like their cousins the Catalans on the mainland, the Mallorcans have a rich food culture – you just have to be careful to avoid much of the worrying cocina moderna one dish I saw recently included prawns, kiwi, grapes and chocolate sauce.

    Cycling gastro tour of Mallorca: meals on wheels

  • Like their cousins the Catalans on the mainland, the Mallorcans have a rich food culture – you just have to be careful to avoid much of the worrying cocina moderna one dish I saw recently included prawns, kiwi, grapes and chocolate sauce.

    Cycling gastro tour of Mallorca: meals on wheels

  • The Mallorcans have won all ten of their home league games this term but, with just one win and seven points on their travels, any further progress has become stymied.

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  • The Mallorcans have won all ten of their home league games this term but, with just one win and seven points on their travels, any further progress has become stymied.

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  • Created for the hard-working Mallorcans of the time, the original shoe was made from tire treads, canvas and hemp.

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  • The Mallorcans last win on the road was back on September 28th against Racing Santander.

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  • Mayoress of Ibiza, had a bit of a swipe at the Mallorcans, who've been accused of regarding Ibiza as a colony of the larger island, by pointing out that it will be the ONLY Parador in the Balearics.

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