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    Default Does "Basio Diem" mean "kiss the day"?

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    Introduction to Punk Science....................1
    Naked Singularity....................2
    Basio Diem....................5
    Cosmogenic Kiss....................17
    Dreamtime Awakening....................22

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    Default Re: Does "Basio Diem" mean "kiss the day"?

    Please name the title and author of this publication.

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    Default Re: Does "Basio Diem" mean "kiss the day"?

    Yes. "I kiss", by the way.

    Aloha A'ina: Basio Diem ~Kiss the Day~
    Last edited by abaka; 08-Oct-2012 at 20:15.

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    Default Re: Does "Basio Diem" mean "kiss the day"?

    Quote Originally Posted by abaka View Post
    Yes. "I kiss", by the way.

    Aloha A'ina: Basio Diem ~Kiss the Day~
    Thank you.
    Looks like Latin.

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