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  • adj. from Sevilla (Seville).
  • n. Someone from Sevilla (Seville)

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  • New Liturgical Movement: Usus Antiquior with a Sevillian Cofradía skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Usus Antiquior with a Sevillian Cofradía

  • "El Silencio" was thus the first of the Sevillian penitential confraternities (which have their impressive processions during Holy Week) to recuperate the Extraordinary Form for its solemn acts.

    Usus Antiquior with a Sevillian Cofradía

  • Many thanks to Sevillian computational neuroscientists Marcos and Jorge who kindly talked me through their information processing model of the neocortex yesterday.

    Mind Hacks: September 2006 Archives

  • I am not sure but I valued the House of Alva somewhat for the chance my visit to it gave me of seeing a Sevillian tenement-house such as I had hoped I might see.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Another night we went to the academy of the world-renowned Otero and saw the instruction of Sevillian youth in native dances of the haute ecole.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Florida; but at the time we believed that only the bees of Seville did it, and I still doubt whether anywhere in America the morning wakes to anything like the long, rich, sad calls of the Sevillian street hucksters.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Sevillian chapters of The Sister of San Sulpice, which are the most charming chapters of that most charming novel.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • But in Spain a carriage is a carriage, and the Sevillian cabs are really very proper and sometimes even handsome, and we felt that our own did no discredit to the

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • By this time we knew that most of the Sevillian rank and riches had gone to Madrid for the winter, and we were the more surprised by some evident show of them in the private turnouts where by far most of the turnouts were public.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • I forgave him the more gladly because I could rejoice in his returning to repair his error, although he had collected his money; and with a heart full of pride in his verification of my theory of the faithful Spanish nature, I gave myself to the shining gorgeousness of the procession that advanced chanting in the blaze of the Sevillian sun.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

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