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  • n. a native or inhabitant of Castile


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  • MISTERIO EN EL JARDÍN from Kalandraka is supposed to be reprinted this fall, as well, since it's been out of stock (sigh) in castillian for over a year now.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • I've tried to get rid of the castillian accent, and most of the time I succeed, so I sound "foreign" but not American. kwkuster


  • The mexican way of pronouncing the j is much softer than the iberian or castillian one but essentially the same. PRONUNCIATION WARS IN TEXAS.

  • You will rarely find a castillian speaking person who pronounces "civilizacion" without inserting a seseo in one of the syllables!

    Plural of numbers

  • Of all the navarrese ranches none ever equalled that of the banker Nazario Carriquiri, whose bulls derived as much popularity as those from the most renowned castillian and andalucian ganaderías.

    The foundational bull ranches

  • It can also be viewed online via the Company's website at www.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • Why on earth did FOX included castillian dubs/subs on an AMERICAN, region locked disc, goes beyond me. Gold Box Deals

  • They should know by now that most latin people HATE the castillian dubbing, specially when these movies have such great voice acting. Gold Box Deals

  • I found them to be a people and a region very much like ourselves, there are those who will kick up a stink about being called 'spanish' and vice versa and then there's the bulk of people who aren't bothered either way, who will chat away in castillian spanish and won't take massive offence if you don't know how to speak euskera.

    Slugger O'Toole


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