......num só corpo e numa só respiração, sem histrionismos ruidosos.

English translation: in one single body and one single breathe, without any noisy dramatics/dramatization

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Portuguese term or phrase:......num só corpo e numa só respiração, sem histrionismos ruidosos.
English translation:in one single body and one single breathe, without any noisy dramatics/dramatization
Entered by: Verginia Ophof
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19:30 Nov 30, 2009
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Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / Teatro
Portuguese term or phrase: ......num só corpo e numa só respiração, sem histrionismos ruidosos.
Essa radicalização eu a buscava faz tempo: o ator e a plateia...
Beth Guimaraes
Brazil
Local time: 06:48
in one single body and one single breathe, without any noisy dramatics/dramatization
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Verginia Ophof
Belize
Local time: 03:48
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4in one single body and one single breathe, without any noisy dramatics/dramatization
Verginia Ophof


  

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in one single body and one single breathe, without any noisy dramatics/dramatization


Explanation:
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Verginia Ophof
Belize
Local time: 03:48
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Native speaker of: English
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