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Old November 13, 2009, 01:46 PM
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How can I say Enyesado?

Only I have to write I was cast for more three weeks!

I thank the support gave here in this question.
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Old November 13, 2009, 02:15 PM
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How can I say Enyesado?

Only I have to write I was cast for more three weeks!

I thank the support gave here in this question.
I had to wear a plaster cast for 3 weeks.
My leg (or whatever ) was in plaster for 3 weeks.
They had to put my (whatever ) in plaster for 3 weeks.
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Old November 13, 2009, 02:51 PM
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Aquí son de nata, crema o trufa (chocolate con nata y mantequilla).

Apruebo la moción de un brazo de gitano salado (con mucha mozzarella, pero sin salsa de ajos)
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Yeah, we call them jelly rolls, or Christmas logs, bouche de noel
Yeah, so I'm quite behind on my posting here ... but I think that in English we call the Christmas logs "Yule Logs".......
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