Carlos Sieiro del Nido
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Professor retired of Physical Chemistry (UAM). I love to visit small villages and to converse with the locals. My preferred tip: “Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow; Don't walk behind me, I may not lead; Just walk beside me and be my friend (part of the lyrics of a Jewish children’s song and misattributed to Albert Camus).” ____________________________________________________________________ Profesor de Química jubilado (UAM). Aficionado a recorrer pequeñas aldeas y hablar con sus gentes. Mi consejo preferido: “No camines delante de mí, puede que no te siga. No camines detrás de mí, puede que no te guíe. Camina junto a mí y sé mi amigo (parte de una canción infantil judia y erróneamente atribuida a Albert Camus)”.// _____________________________________________________________________ WIKILOC:

Carlos Sieiro del Ni…'s conversations

Πολύ ομορφο θέμα και φωτό !!! Μου αρέσει !!!

Κ Α Τ Α Π Λ Η Κ Τ Ι Κ Η !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Α+Α

Very nice wild flowers and rocks! L-9 Best wishes, Mabruka

Bonita compo, LIKE

Saludos cordiales de pa

Hi, Cristina

superb L&F

best regard 蒂芙尼 林

Of course Andy, it will be a true pleasure for me. Best wishes, Carlos.

Thank you very much Andy. Best wishes, Carlos.

Yes, very well explained. Best wishes, Carlos.

Thank you very much Andy for ysl. Best wishes, Carlos.

Thank you Andy. I've read that aforetime, if a person had the helmet looking right, he was a legitimate descendant, but if it was looking left, he was a bastard. In this case, he was a bastard. However, I have also read that sometimes the helmet was positioned looking left or right only for reasons of symmetry or by pure aesthetics. Best wishes, Carlos.

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