fa la

  1. meaningless syllables in the refrain of a partsong
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  • Rehefa latsaka anaty haizina ny arabe sy ny avenues, tsy misy asany koa ny jiro fandrindràana [...] 7 September 2009, 12: 23 pm Global Voices in English » Dominican Republic: Solving the Issue of Power Outages
  • The liturgical problem is serious, do not listen to the voices of those persons who do not love the Church and who oppose the Pope and if you want to cure the sick then remember that the merciful doctor makes the wound purulent (fa la piaga purulenta). Interview with Domenico Bartolucci
  • As Sefton read, Lufa laughed often and heartily: the thing was gamesomely, cleverly, almost brilliantly written. Home Again
  • It begins, “Deck the halls with boughs of holly;/Fa la la la la, la la la la…. "Deck the Halls"
  • To express, what a slop is here! they say acco fa lac aqui, which is a sentence composed of two Italian words, one French, and one Spanish. Travels through France and Italy
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