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  • Page 131 contrary, we might conclude, that, by their affixing to it a term synonimous with ordinance, or statute.

    Notes on the State of Virginia.

  • No inference then of a different meaning can be drawn from the adoption of this title: on the contrary, we might conclude, that, by their affixing to it a term synonimous with ordinance, or statute, they meant it to be an ordinance or statute.

    Notes on the State of Virginia

  • Gringo started out as a US Citizen but it has become synonimous with foreigner (from any country) and unless people know you very well or want to offend you they do not use the word when addressing you.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

  • Gringo started out as a US Citizen but it has become synonimous with foreigner (from any country) and unless people know you very well or want to offend you they do not use the word when addressing you.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

  • Gringo started out as a US Citizen but it has become synonimous with foreigner (from any country) and unless people know you very well or want to offend you they do not use the word when addressing you.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

  • Gringo started out as a US Citizen but it has become synonimous with foreigner (from any country) and unless people know you very well or want to offend you they do not use the word when addressing you.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

  • Gringo started out as a US Citizen but it has become synonimous with foreigner (from any country) and unless people know you very well or want to offend you they do not use the word when addressing you.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

  • Gringo started out as a US Citizen but it has become synonimous with foreigner (from any country) and unless people know you very well or want to offend you they do not use the word when addressing you.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

  • However leaving that aside, it was very pleasing to read that someone as worthy as Justin Ackroyd had won – Justin and Slowglass Books are synonimous with Oz SF so big congratulations Justin.

    Science Fiction Awards Watch » Blog Archive » Aurealis Award Winners

  • Gringo started out as a US Citizen but it has become synonimous with foreigner (from any country) and unless people know you very well or want to offend you they do not use the word when addressing you.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

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