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  • In several countries Spanish is only one of several official languages, and Christianity has been syncretized with elements of indigenous and African spirituality, while they differ quite strongly from Spain in terms of shared historical experience.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Strategic Logic of Nonviolence

  • The minimalist design suits the other source of poetry: music written by Mr. Pärt, the classical composer whose alternately eerie and transcendent work addresses spiritual queries with questions and answers syncretized as one.

    Inflating Some Peace and Quiet

  • What I always liked about Capoeira was how it was presented to me from the first contact with it -- the operative word is 'play' in Portuguese, of course, and it is connected with both a creolized, syncretized African religon, then, naturally certain Brasilian musics, and, as well, a kinetic historic memory of life on slave plantations.

    ianmcdonald: Spingate

  • The issue resolves to whether those who claim to follow J-sus will persist in following the Roman Hellenist-redacted syncretized imitation, J-sus, which has misled them, or turn to follow the Torah--in the Pharisee/Orthodox Jewish community--as the *historical* Pharisee Ribi Yehoshua and the Netzarim taught.

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  • The Jola practice a generally syncretized version of Islam, with a few still holding to animistic ethnic religions.

    Survey of West Africa: Peoples Summarized

  • Most are Muslims, having been converted in the late 18th century by wandering preachers, but their traditional religious beliefs are often syncretized with Islam.

    Survey of West Africa: Peoples Summarized

  • This article indicates that the legend has Spanish origins (Roman Catholic syncretized with various African traditions) – so – no connection to Maria Lanza, who was Italian-American (and Mario Lanza was his stage name; he was born Alfredo Arnold Cocozza).

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  • October's matanza has been called a manifestation of Mixteca folklore syncretized in religious observance, cuisine and dance.

    A yearly culinary ritual: La matanza

  • October's matanza has been called a manifestation of Mixteca folklore syncretized in religious observance, cuisine and dance.

    A yearly culinary ritual: La matanza

  • October's matanza has been called a manifestation of Mixteca folklore syncretized in religious observance, cuisine and dance.

    A yearly culinary ritual: La matanza

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