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  • Carnival is taken from the Italian word carnivale “to put away the meat”.

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  • They're hosting a Brazilian "carnivale" party at 7 p.m.

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  • After their prep time, they pile into a minivan and are escorted to the event site, where the producers staged a fake carnivale in front of what looks like a South Beach Arthur Treacher's.

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  • Some wear carnivale type masks, as does Antony, whose head appears superimposed and flowers flow from his mouth as he sings.

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  • I have a hard enough time watching her act in American carnivale, girl, interruped, grudge I can't imagine how crappy shell be doing an accent.

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  • I'm thinking the big simpleton from carnivale as a maybe for hodor.

    Day 12: Filming the King's arrival

  • I guess you're right. but the TV world is even worse about risk raking than Hollywood, and hbo has abandoned a few of their series because they didn't make enough dough carnivale, Rome and deadwood cone to mind.

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  • While Kitt has been sidelined for portions of his career owing to sprained knee ligaments and broken arms, he still has become a major celebrity in Europe, largely based on his winning the World Cup race in Val d'Isere and placing second at the Hahnenkamm, the annual Austrian downhill/carnivale, both in the '91-'92 season.

    Beautiful And Dangerous

  • I watched the Wiki on carnivale and found out why it was canceled.

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  • In carnivale the secondary story was included in every episode and it felt completely natural and not foreced or confusing.

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