campily
adverb see camp III

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Беркли, Элизабет — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Беркли. Элизабет Беркли Elizabeth Berkley …   Википедия

  • Bautista, Aurora — (1925 )    Aurora Bautista was born in Vallad olid. Her father was a Republican who was jailed after the Civil War, a fact that would be carefully silenced by producers and the press during her years as Francoism s most glittering film star. Her… …   Guide to cinema

  • Bautista, Aurora — (1925 )    Aurora Bautista was born in Vallad olid. Her father was a Republican who was jailed after the Civil War, a fact that would be carefully silenced by producers and the press during her years as Francoism s most glittering film star. Her… …   Historical dictionary of Spanish cinema

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