Complexion type

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Complexion type

Post by nrepole » 18 Aug 2013, 14:02

Hi all
I am just having trouble making out the word that describes a relative's complexion.
Please see attached image:

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Any help will be greatly appreciated,
Nick
Surnames: Repole, Pinto, Patrissi, Schettino, Sisti, Melli, Del Gaudio, Garofano, Gambuti, Parente

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Re: Complexion type

Post by Tessa78 » 18 Aug 2013, 17:28

nrepole wrote:Hi all
I am just having trouble making out the word that describes a relative's complexion.
Please see attached image:

http://imageshack.us/a/img23/500/l7i4.jpg

Any help will be greatly appreciated,
Nick
Complexion is rosy/pinkish [roseo] :-)

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Re: Complexion type

Post by nrepole » 19 Aug 2013, 21:28

Thanks for the great help Tessa78.
Nick
Surnames: Repole, Pinto, Patrissi, Schettino, Sisti, Melli, Del Gaudio, Garofano, Gambuti, Parente

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