Dominated by a sojourn in the Czech Republic.
Snot-nosed pseudo-saints in a Lingua Franca song by Juan del Encina.
It’s Barker vs Barser, but you can’t blame the proto-Lebanese.
Can something be done about the nutters who use scientific rather than common names for Wikipedia articles, or is it time to call the whole thing off?
An elderly Andalusian’s way of saying “this year” may constitute early warning of global (or at least Peninsular) cataclysm, perhaps a regional franchise of the 2012 phenomenon.
The Spanish, making progress with a backlog of untranslated English snowclones?
Why and how the 17th century Portuguese tropical medicine specialist, Aleixo de Abreu, tried to prevent proles from reading his cure for scurvy.