GITAN

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GITANGlobal Integrated Trends Analysis Network (US Geological Survey)
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[9] Talaba, I., Gitan, D., Ungureanu, D., Talpas, J., (Editors), Romanian rural tourism in the context of sustainable development.
(37) See, for instance, the entry on gitan in the Bosworth-Toller Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (Prague: Charles University, 2010) <http://bosworth.ff.cuni.cz/017149>.
Drances proposes the trial specifically as a method for preventing further uncontrolled violence: "daz dunchet mich baz gitan, / danne man drume laze slan / vnschuldige livte" [(Trial by combat) seems better to me than that innocent people are slain for this cause] (8619-21).
as to call himself a Gitan; for many outsiders, the word evokes their
'Sois genereux!' Du don comme principe structurant de l'organisation sociale des Gitans de deux petits bourgs andalous (Espagne).
L'autoproclame [beaucoup moins que] roi des Gitans [beaucoup plus grand que] n'etait donc pas qu'un fanfaron : apres avoir cree une enorme surprise en battant samedi dernier Vladimir Klitschko, invaincu depuis 2004, le Britannique Tyson Fury, nouveau champion du monde WBA/IBF/WBO des lourds, espere etre celui qui va reveiller la boxe mondiale.
Ce grand nombre de denominations couvre plus ou moins le vocabulaire des articles en general, auquel nous pouvons ajouter le << migrant >>, le << gitan >>, le << voyageur >>, la << minorite >> et quelquefois le terme << tsigane >>.
Musical entertainment is provided by Trio Gitan, while there's an indoor children's play area and other attractions in the Course Enclosure.
Ali Ahmed Gitan, (1,2) Rozli Zulkifli, (1,2) Shahrir Abdullah, (1) and Kamaruzzaman Sopian (1)
(3) O que enunciava sem desvios uma copla flamenca do Gitan de Triana:
McCoy gets to show off his rhymes, which are as witty and tight as ever on Nil-Nil-Draw and Lazarus, Ze Gitan. An enjoyable listen but it fails to live up to its predecessor.
Etymological dictionaries also suggest that the word might derive from the Greek for untouchables, athinganoi, hence zingaro in Italian, tsigane and gitan in French, gitano in Spanish, A[pounds sterling]igan in Romanian, cigano in Portuguese.