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Campin

(ˈkæmpɪn)
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(Biography) Robert. 1379–1444, Flemish painter, noted esp for his altarpieces: usually identified with the so-called Master of Flémalle
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He was thenpromoted to first team and played with Mekweloon for more than 35 capsbefore he was to join FC Basel in 2013 when they invited him to their training campin Estepona, Spain in January 2013 during the friendly match against Romanianclub Steaua Bucuresti.
Habria, sin embargo, que hacer algunos comentarios sobre lo que podrian ser deficiencias; por una parte, la falta de informacion etimologica, tan importante para los estudiantes de estos niveles de la educacion, y la confusion que se introduce al proponer adaptaciones de algunas voces extranjeras; asi, por ejemplo, se recomiendan las formas campin, ranquin (y sus plurales campines y ranquines) en los articulos camping y ranking, lematizadas en cursiva como tales palabras extranjeras.
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