1976 Grammy Awards - Award Winners - Latin

Latin

  • Best Latin Recording
    • Eddie Palmieri for Sun of Latin Music

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Ribagorçan Dialect - Phonology
... pllou ('it rains'), cllau ('key') General loss of Latin final unstressed vowels except for /a/, as in Catalan ... Latin terra → tierra Latin pōns → puent Occasional interdental fricative as reflex of to Latin /k/ before front vowels e.g ... for 2nd person plural endings of verbs (Latin -tis), from west to east -z (as in some western variants of Aragonese), -tz (as in Occitan) or -u (as in modern Catalan) ...
XS Latin
... XS Latin is a formation dance team based in Cambridge, UK ... It is ranked 1st in the UK and 13th in the World as a Latin Formation Team ...
Latin - Vocabulary
... As Latin is an Italic language, most of its vocabulary is likewise Italic, deriving ultimately from PIE ... cultural interaction, the Romans not only adapted the Etruscan alphabet to form the Latin alphabet, but also borrowed some Etruscan words into their language, including persona (mask) and ... Latin also included vocabulary borrowed from Oscan, another Italic language ...
XS Latin - Current Activities
... They dance a six-minute routine that incorporates the five Latin dances - Cha Cha, Jive, Paso Doble, Samba and Rumba - as well as tricks, lifts and free-form choreography ... XS Latin won the British National Championships in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2011 They were placed 14th in the World Formation Championships Nov 2008, 13th in the 2010 World Formation ... Besides competitions XS Latin also give demonstrations and promote formation dance at several open house events ...

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