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English citations of localism
- 2003 — Their domestic language was the one their grandparents had brought from Spain across Venezuela in the previous century, revitalized by Caribbean localisms, the Africanisms of slaves, and fragments of the Goajiro language that filtered into ours, drop by drop. — Gabriel García Márquez, Living to Tell the Tale, Chapter 2, 2002. Translated from Spanish by Edith Grossman.