"dark-skinned" Romanian translation
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Usage examples for "dark-skinned" in Romanian
In these dark and overcast times, the Kirilov report may be a breath of fresh air.
She foresaw the imposition of rule by the forces of darkness - how right she was!
But anyone who is brown-skinned, anyone who is different will be stopped and checked.
Romania is unfortunately returning to the darkness of the Middle Ages, to barbarity.
Brightness determines how dark colors and shadows appear on your display.
You show that even in the dark days of recession, one can dream of Utopia.
The events we are talking about did not take place in some dark, distant past.
This poor guy will be skinned in the courts by his wife for not paying the contributions.
It was a requiem for the people who had been killed in those dark days.
Like mushrooms, the British people are left in the dark and fed manure.
Europe's darkest chapters have been written in language such as this.
These expulsions are among the darkest events of European history.
It is time that it was consigned to the dark recesses of history.
He has been incarcerated in deepest darkness and not even the Red Cross is allowed access to him.
We all know that the 1930s were one of the darkest decades in the history of world trade.
However, Congo does not have to be a heart of darkness.
However, we must also be vigilant to ensure that Europe does not slip back into the dark days of the past.
How will we able to do it if we are kept in the dark?
Whites are allowed in, brown-skinned people are not!
In the dark days ahead, we will come through and emerge victorious only in the light of the Christian cross.
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