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326.web.dreidl - them. The very first one that we made in...

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(Contents of an email from Cousin Joe) Just sending you the photos of the spinning top that I described to you over the telephone. There is one next to a ruler so that you can have a rough estimate of the size, the letters are as follows: T is for Tutti (meaning all) N is for Niente (meaning nothing) M is for Meta (meaning half) P is for Posa (meaning to put down) The name of this spinning top in Calabrese (as far as I know in Casignana), my parents called it Larci Pitoto. The one in the photograph is about 38 years old. We had others that my dad made but have lost
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Unformatted text preview: them. The very first one that we made in Australia for our family was made by my father and my cousin Vincenzo and we used to play a lot with it, spending a lot of evenings when we were children and my parents and cousin Vincenzo and other kids at different times would join in the games. I hope it will be of interest to you. The other information you want to know about hazel nuts, if you have already sent it to Toniette, that’s fine, if you haven’t you can still send it there or send it back to this address. Regards, your cousin, Giuseppe (Joe)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2008 for the course ANTH 326 taught by Professor Minard during the Fall '08 term at CSU Northridge.

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