from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Noting the history or art of a country before its occupation by the Romans.


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  • In short, not only is the surge not a victory, but its a codscock sham covering the most shameful and incompetent failure of occupation since pre-roman times.

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  • (De or. (inc., quizá prerromano). [origin perhaps pre-roman] 1. m.

    A recent trip / Viaje reciente


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