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    Rostro de anciana.

    Pinceles personalizados de Art Rage 6.-
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    Nice effect!
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    Hi dear Damaso! I still remind of Your textural experiments.
    Grat one! A luminously vibrating mosaic!
    It's curious that in spanish You use "rostro" to say face, while originally, in Latin rostrum (in Italian rostro) means fundamentally beak (of a bird) and, among other secondary meaning referred to something protruding ahead, the ship spur first used by ancient Romans to sink Carthaginians ships as an alternative to installed drawbridges to fight as on the ground (initially Romans were not good at naval battles as Carthagians or Greeks were instead)
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    No tenía la menor idea del "otro" significado de "Rostro"... Por estas latitudes es muy usual, y casi diría yo, es más común que cara... Saludos estimado amigo!!!
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    Además: Cara, también es= Onerosa, de alto precio, inalcanzable, … Antónimo de "Barato"....
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    Cara = face. For us is faccia or viso.
    Cara = expensive in Italian as well (onerosa, di prezzo elevato, irragiungibile, costosa)

    Comparazione divertente tra due "dialetti" dal latino
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    Very nice. I like it

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    Hi Damasocl i like this painting very expressive
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