Creole


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a person of European descent born in the West Indies or Latin America

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a person descended from French ancestors in southern United States (especially Louisiana)

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a mother tongue that originates from contact between two languages

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Anchoring her work in time and space, Parham crafts what she describes as a racial palimpsest approach to explicate the intricacies of long-term racial integration for Creoles in Louisiana.
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If you can follow Jamaican creole, and have a general interest in delving further into a biblical story, de book of Mary will appease your tastes.
(1) See Sarah Roberts, "Nativization in the genesis of Hawaiian Creole," in John H.
'The average yield per hectare of the red creole is 421 bags while yield for the yellow grannex is 1,500 bags,' Laluan said.
Although, to be honest, I had to reacquaint myself with the sound of Kid Creole and the Coconuts via YouTube ahead of an appointed telephone interview.
LATINO music legends Kid Creole and the Coconuts are to headline this year's Vamos!
The source of the word in the American South is the French Creole spoken by African slaves and their descendants in Louisiana--a language akin to Haitian Creole.
Lately, I've heard that they would like to found a Creole Academy.
New Orleans Classic Creole Recipes From Favorite Restaurants