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DECIME. A French coin, of the value of a tenth part of a franc, or nearly two cents.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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For eso yo siempre le digo a mi mama cuando viene, porque mi mama es una persona calladay que con tal de verme a mi soporta cualquier cosa: "no mami, le digo, yo no veo lo que pasa del otro lado del patio, decime como te requisaron o quien te requiso".
Best song: "Brasil decime que se siente" (Brazil, how does it feel) to the tune of Creedence Clearwater Revival's Bad Moon Rising - Argentina fans taunting the hosts, who have swiftly turned the tables by changing the words following the final defeat.
" Romero saved two spotkicks, from Ron Vlaar and Wesley Sneijder, to see Argentina through after the match ended 0-0.e keeper said minds have now been re-focused after euphoria following the match, where clips emerged from the dressing room of the squad singing their fans' anthem 'Brasil decime que se siente' - 'Brazil tell me how it feels' - to the tune of Creedence Clearwater Revival's Bad Moon Rising.
L'elephant, decime en Afrique, est l'une des stars de cette conference qui se penchera egalement jusqu'au 14 mars sur la protection des rhinoceros, des requins ou de bois rares.
Entonces decime vos, cual te gustan a vos, que yo te compro a vos la que te gusta, asi vos comes la que vos te gusta.
(62) Parti politique fonde en 1985 par des demobilises des FARC, qui a ete decime par des assassinats cibles.