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- sakadas were filipino men imported by the hawaiian sugar planters' ****ociation to hawaii as 'unskilled laborers' from 1906 to 1946 mainly
- sakada is the first and only album by ex- crimson glory frontman midnight . track listing: all tracks by midnight ' 'incubus' – 4:56 '
- 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
- in 2001 mattin formed sakada with eddie prévost and rosy parlane . he has over 70 releases in different labels around the world.
- vanished until late 2004 it was announced that he had joined forces with black lotus records to release his full-length debut solo album, sakada
- from the band cancer moon , iñigo eguillor from gringo , and mattin from billy bao , deflag haemorrhage/haien kontra , sakada , and nmm .
- 2003 sakada rhodri davies, eddie prévost, mattin, margarida garcia, mark wastell recorded at freedom of the city festival, london 3 may
- her first screenplay was sakada (seasonal sugarcane workers), 1976, which exposed the plight of filipino peasants. her second film was
- 586 bc – sakadas of argos wins the prize for aulos playing at the pythian games , the first of three times. his aulos nomoi, especially
- in 1976, rosal would also appear in behn cervantes 's sakada , a film which was banned by the martial law government of president