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  • Nao era assim antes porque a economia ia de vento em popa, e as empresas contratavam gente ate pra girar manivela.

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  • Contact you dream? you listen? spoken word? vasko popa | shadow of a shewolf

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  • Octavian watched the night skies with him during his vigil, and his perfect white bull accepted the hammer and the knife of popa and cultrarius so calmly that the watching senators suppressed twinges of apprehension—a year of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa was a year too many.

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  • The popa moved to stand in front of the bull, his stunning hammer held loosely by his side.

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  • Like the popa stripped naked to the waist, the cultarius took the horns in both his hands and lifted the bull's limp head toward the sky, the muscles in his arms standing out ribbed and sinewy, for the bull's head weighed more than fifty pounds.

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  • The various colleges of priests were clustered waiting near the altar, and the professionals who would do the actual killing were there too-popa, cultarius, slaves.

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  • As the popa released the head to lie turned to the right, Caesar handed the cultarius his chalice, and the cultarius caught some of the blood so accurately that not a drop spilled down the side of the vessel.

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  • The victim, a plump and perfect cream-colored heifer, was waiting in the care of popa and cultarius, chewing her drugged cud and watching the frenzied pre-banquet activity within the marketplace through gentle brown eyes.

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  • Out came the big razor-sharp knife from its scabbard, and while the popa hauled the bull's head into the air, the cultarius cut its throat with one huge deep slice of his knife.

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