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cognomi Tumino-Licitra

Postby ghisira » 15 Mar 2009, 08:55

Per arricchire la genealogia della mia famiglia ricerco nomi di persone dal cognome Tumino o Licitra di origine siciliana

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Re: cognomi Tumino-Licitra

Postby liviomoreno » 15 Mar 2009, 09:34

Se vai sul sito www.paginebianche.it puoi trovare 694 Licitra e 644 Tumino in Sicilia...

Ma non credo sia questo lo scopo della tua ricerca, dovresti essere più preciso o precisa.

Sarebbe anche opportuno esporre le tue richieste in inglese in quanto questo forum è frequentato soprattutto da persone di madrelingua inglese.

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If you go to www.paginebianche.it you find 694 Licitra and 644 Tumino in Sicily...

However I don't believe that this is the scope of your research, you should be more precise...

It would be better if you write in English since this forum is mainly attended by English speaking people

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Re: cognomi Tumino-Licitra

Postby PeterTimber » 15 Mar 2009, 14:06

.......e poi ci sono persone che capiscono le due lingue? =Peter=
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Re: cognomi Tumino-Licitra

Postby liviomoreno » 15 Mar 2009, 15:04

PeterTimber wrote:.......e poi ci sono persone che capiscono le due lingue? =Peter=


That's true, however the majority of the people contributing or inquiring in this forum understand only English and I personally believe it is unfair to use another language.

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Re: cognomi Tumino-Licitra

Postby PeterTimber » 15 Mar 2009, 18:16

Why should bi-lingual or tri-lingual people who took the time and effort as native born Americans to learn the languages of other peoples and not be able to speak that language in an Italian or other forum? =Peter=
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Re: cognomi Tumino-Licitra

Postby JamesBianco » 17 Mar 2009, 04:58

PeterTimber wrote:.......e poi ci sono persone che capiscono le due lingue? =Peter=


PeterTimber wrote:Why should bi-lingual or tri-lingual people who took the time and effort as native born Americans to learn the languages of other peoples and not be able to speak that language in an Italian or other forum? =Peter=


I fail to see the relevance of these two comments to the initial post of this thread. It would appear, given the heated discussions on this forum of late, to be incitory and this sort of behavior will not be tolerated.

Let us keep our posts positive and relative to the thread at hand.

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