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ramada

1. In Spanish architecture and derivatives, a rustic arbor or similar structure.
2. An open porch.
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If, as Kuefler claims, Adamar reworked Odo's original vita sometime in the 1020s, then the majority of Gerald s biography reflects the viewpoints of a man writing a century later than previously assumed.
Adamar Revista de Creacion, III 8 (2002), <http://www.
Pequena maquina de imprimir, del que surgio precisamente Adamar, su mas reciente trabajo, y en que la teoria de las dos Minervas, la que aulla por la partida y la traicion, y la que se tiende y se despoja de todo para amar, es evidente.
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It was a well-attended fine art exhibition," said Tamar Erdberg of Adamar Fine Arts of Miami.