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HEDILBERTO FERREIRAH


THE MEANING AND THE UNIVERSE OF AN URGENT BY NATURE MIRACLE BUT IN DEVELOPMENT YET


Remaining to be itself a natural monument, a commandment...
Outstands through an urgent development to spread itself
Remaining to turn itself a natural monument, a commandment...
Outstands through an occult development to spread itself
Remaining to be itself a natural miracle, a commandment...
Outstands through an urgent development to spread itself
Remaining to turn itself a natural miracle, a commandment...
Outstands through an occult development to spread itself
Remaining to be itself an eternal monument, a commandment...
Outstands through an urgent development to spread itself
Remaining to turn itself an eternal monument, a commandment...
Outstands through an occult development to spread itself
Remaining to be itself an eternal miracle, a commandment...
Outstands through an urgent development to spread itself
Remaining to turn itself an eternal miracle, a commandment...
Outstands through an occult development to spread itself.

SÃO PAULO_MAY/2006

Submitted: Wednesday, May 31, 2006
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