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Historical Mexican layout ДИЗАЙН, КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО, ЖИВОПИСЬ и РИСОВАНИЕ Название: historic Mexican layout Издательство: "Pepin Press", 2002 Страниц: a hundred thirty Формат: djvu Размер: 4,54 Mb (+3%)This booklet comprises lovely photos to be used as a photograph source, or idea. the photographs is usually used to provide postcards, or to accessorize your letters, flyers, and so on. Ознакомиться:sharingmatrix eighty five
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What is done we must do ourselves. ” Then Juan Diego, who had never been more than ten miles from his own village, went out into a strange new world, among people he did not know. He was frightened, but he had to do it. He walked into a new world. When at last he was tired and thirsty, he stopped at a military post to ask for water. The soldier said, “Here is water. ” “I go to the city. The babies of my pueblo are dying. ” A man had said the doctors would not come. The village was too far away and it was a waste of time.
In the morning the family welcomed the new baby. He was a boy child and beautiful. And he had hurried to be born on the feast day of his own village of Santiago. His name would be Santiago; he must be fortunate with such an omen. And he was very beautiful. They sent up rockets for the little fiesta of Santiago, and they drank and danced in the plaza. The people congratulated the father on his new son, and on the prophecy. The father was a great and happy man on that day. Then, in front of the church, the people celebrated in dance the ancient war of Castilians and Moors.
The mother called them to the evening meal; they were excited by the day that had passed and for the day that was to come. Very early in the morning, the people started off for the market. Little streams of people from the villages swelled to a river on the main roads. And the roads led the people to the market towns. Chilies and beans and corn. The people bargained with the mother for the corn. Paco was sick with a stomach cramp and he stayed with the mother. But the others walked among the wonders of the market.