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- for the ancient gr**** musician, see sakadas of argos. sakadas were filipino men imported by the hawaiian sugar planters' ****ociation to hawaii as 'unskilled
- sakadas of argos won a musical competition at the pythian games in 586 bc, for nomos pythicos, a composition for the aulos that told of the battle between
- sakada is the first solo album by ex-crimson glory frontman midnight. midnight - vocals, acoustic guitar scott gibson - electric guitars, b****, acoustic
- the filipino workers' unfamiliarity with their rights, employers paid sakadas the lowest wages among all ethnic laborers; and filipinos were introduced
- malayo-polynesian group of austronesian languages and peoples. see also: sakadas the importation of filipino workers for the sugarcane plantations began
- music - 1st millennium bc in music - 1st millennium in music 586 bc – sakadas of argos wins the prize for aulos playing at the pythian games, the first
- and against the notion of intellectual property. in 2001 mattin formed sakada with eddie prévost and rosy parlane. he has over 70 releases in different
- lotus records to release his full-length debut solo album, sakada. after the release of sakada midnight did a short press tour in europe which also included