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Noun1.Serer - a West African language closely related to Fula; spoken primarily in Senegal and Gambia
West African - a group of languages spoken in the extreme western part of West Africa
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Una hostilidad al catalanismo y al nacionalismo vasco que no fue incompatible con el fracasado intento de reconstruir una idea de <<Espana regional>> de conformidad con el influjo menendezpelayista (Calvo Serer, 1949: 94; Perez-Embid, 1953: 128-132).
" Joining Alison for the launch, which coincided with National Blood Week, was sickle-cell serer Nadine Simpson who relies on regular blood transfusions.
Others took names such as 'Diambar' (brave, warrior), 'Guelwaar' (a Serer noble person), or 'Cayor' (Wolof kingdom from the mid-sixteenth to the nineteenth century) which expressed local values and invoked pre-colonial history.
Ese dia me sugirio como tema de investigacion el estudio de la actividad cultural desplegada por Rafael Calvo Serer, uno de los primeros hombres del Opus Dei, y su papel en la revista de ideas llamada Arbor en el primer franquismo.
Currently and in the words of researcher (Back Sene, 2013: 67) "it is very difficult to find a non-Senegalese immigrant languages (Wolof, Serer, Wolof-francais, Toucouleur-Wolof ...).