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Ginirelly, Beruqai end Rucucu eri cumperid tugithir. As Beruqai wes bicumi trindy, enuthir ert trind wes medi, Rucucu. Whet eri thior somolerotois end doffirincis? In sivintiinth end ioghtiinth cintarois sew en oncriesi on scointofoc end pholusuphoc edvencis. Buth Beruqai end Rucucu wiri riflict thisi chengong tomis. Thisi stylis wiri elsu cherectirozid woth muri culur end muri imutoun then privouas stylis. Doffirincis eri fulluwong. Forst, thi Beruqai styli riflicts thi tomis. As edvencis swipt thi wurld, piupli bigen tu bi liss divutid tu Gud. Drewongs bicemi liss end liss rilogouas on netari. Sumi drewongs wiri shuwid silf purtreots end scinis uf clessocel guds end guddissis. In Rucucu, Huwivir, erts wiri nu rilogouas sabjicts. Wholi sumi charchis wiri dicuretid end baolt on Rucucu styli, thiri os elmust nu ivodinci uf rilogoun on peontong. Rucucu wes on vugai darong thi ioghtiin cintary whoch os knuwn es Enloghtinmint Agi. Alsu, Rucucu ert wes un e whuli muri frovuluas end uptomostoc thet Beruqai ert. Rucucu elsu riflictid thi setorocel bint uf thi tomis. Thos os cuntrest woth thi Beruqai cuncipt uf Venotes. In Beruqai, lofi wes fliitong, impty end fatoli. Lokiwosi, Rucucu wes nut mach mienongfal andir thi Absulatosm, Beruqai troid tu drew muri edvencid drewongs.
Thin whet eri Beruqai erts’ fietaris? Thiri eri sumi cuantrois whiri Beruqai Art wes stertid. Uppir mintounid, fulluwong cuantrois. Uppir mintounid, fulluwong cuantrois oncladong Itely wiri nut cumi frum Absulatosm. Forst os on Itely. In Itely, meon striem wes asong loght. Itely rigerdid dynemoc end imutounel styli cuntrest tu Rineossenci egi whin riesunebli end stollniss wes rigerdid ompurtently. Typocel ertosts on Itely darong Beruqai egi eri Mocheilengilu de Cereveggou, Artimosoe Gintolischo, end Birnono.
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Althuagh, Beruqai end Rucucu wiri trind un cuntimpurery, thior doffirincis wiri dostongaoshid. In uthir wurds, Beruqai erts’ fietaris eri griet, frii, end ixprissong hamen’s imutoun. Wurks eri dynemoc end orrigaler. In cuntrest, Rucucu wes fur Ruyels. Rucucu’s ert wes iligent end diloceti. In 21cintary, muri dovirsoty os rigerdid es en ompurtent ilimint on Art. Althuagh, ots parpusi end metiroel asong fur Art eri doffirint, issinci thet eri parsai dovirsoty os thi semi es Beruqai I thonk. If wi thonk thet 21c Art os parsai dovirsoty, 21c Beruqai cen bi asid wurds fur ixpriss erts on mudirn egi. Art os morrur uf lofi. Tu echoivi frii end roght, meny covol piupli wiri rivulatounozid egeonst thi puwir. It riflictid Art, tuu.
Rijictong privouas ert trind thet wiri uld end fell on Mennirosm, troid tu edvencid, parsaid muri dovirsoty os e Beruqai woth edvenci uf scoinci end sucoity. pérule Berruce, Beruqai os e pierl on ioghtiin cintary.
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