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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 22 Feb 2018, Thursday
Random information on the term “__ Paulo”:
Paulo Xisto Pinto Jr. (born 30 April 1969, Belo Horizonte, Brazil) is a Brazilian musician who is best known for being the bassist for heavy metal band Sepultura. He has been in the band since 1985, making him the longest remaining member of Sepultura. He received his first bass guitar, a white Giannini, when he was fifteen. His influences include Steve Harris, Geddy Lee, Geezer Butler, Cliff Burton and Gene Simmons.
In 1984, Xisto met the Cavalera brothers in the Santa Teresa neighbourhood of Belo Horizonte through a common friend. In 1985, he joined Sepultura after the departure of the band’s previous bass player, Roberto Raffan. Xisto played his first concert at the Ideal Club in Santa Teresa. He is the longest serving member, and only member to appear on all studio albums.
In 2009, Xisto joined with Alan Wallace and André Márcio of Eminence and Vladimir Korg of Chakal to form the band The Unabomber Files. In 2013, the group released a six-song EP and a teaser for the music video of the song “Buried In My Bunker”.
Random information on the term “SAO”:
Thao (Thao: Thaw a lalawa), pronunciation [θau], also known as Sao, is the language of the Thao people, a tribe of Taiwanese aborigines in the region of Sun Moon Lake in central Taiwan. In 2000, there were 5 or 6 speakers living in Ita Thaw (伊達邵) village (traditionally called Barawbaw), all but one of whom were over the age of sixty. Two elderly native speakers died December 2014 including chief Tarma (袁明智), age 75.
Thao is a Formosan language of the Austronesian family; Barawbaw and Shtafari are dialects.
Thao has two or arguably three patterns of reduplication: Ca-reduplication, full reduplication, and rightward reduplication (which is sometimes considered to be a form of full reduplication).
Thao verbs have the following types of focus (Blust 2003:239).
Thao word order can be both SVO and VSO, although the former is derived from Taiwanese (Blust 2003:228).
The Thao personal marker is “ti” (Blust 2003:228). Negatives include “ani” and “antu”; “ata tu” is used in “don’t” constructions. The perfect is marked by “iza”, the past by an infix just after the primary onset consonant “-in-” and the future by the prefix “a-“. Imperatives are marked by “-í” and softer imperatives or requests roughly translated as “please” by “-uan” sometimes spelled “-wan” which can co-occur with “-í”.