camarn

camarn

In a church, a camera, 3 used for storing images, adornments, and the like.
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Andaluca will be bringing the Pe[+ or -]a de Camarn de la Isla Flamenco Band and traditional sherry tastings.
Some of them have battled depression, especially Lydia, his wife of 35 years, who still can't bring herself to go to funerals and refuses to make that tasty torta de camarn, her husband's favorite shrimp dish.