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What is a ‘covid’? And why do so many people still believe it?

Italian translation A “covido”, a contraction of “caveman”, refers to someone who is not in a state of high-risk or low-risk.

The word means “foolish” or “a fool”.

But the term was originally used to describe people who were ignorant about the dangers of infectious diseases.

It was popularized by American physician Dr Robert Gittins who described it as a term of endearment.

“I was trying to be nice,” he wrote in a letter to his patients.

“Covid is not stupid, it is ignorant.”

The word “cav” means “bitter” in Spanish.

“What is a cavid?”, asks the Oxford English Dictionary.

It can be used as a synonym for “a dumb person” in English.

It is a term that is widely understood in Italian.

According to the Oxford Dictionaries, the word has the same meaning as “a small child”.

There is also an Italian word for “bitch” which translates as “the mother of a fool”.

And then there’s the word “pig”.

It has been used for centuries to describe a woman who is a whore or a whore who is used as an excuse to have sex with men.

“In Italian, the pig has been associated with bad luck, corruption, corruption in government, and a lot of other things,” says Professor Francesco Boni, an expert on Italian social and cultural history.

But what exactly is a covid?

A “Cavo” is an infected person, who has died of the disease, who was not in the highest-risk group, and whose death was not reported in a way that would allow them to be traced back to their home country.

The term “cova” is used to refer to someone from the lower social classes who died in Italy.

The exact definition of the term is unclear.

The Oxford Dictionsaries has published definitions of various diseases and illnesses for use in public health and for use as diagnostic criteria for various conditions.

The dictionary says that “cravid” is also used to define people who are “not in a high-level social group or a group in which they have a high degree of social privilege”.

According to Professor Boni and others, the term covid can be applied to people who have never been to Italy, have never travelled abroad, or are not even residents of the country.

But that’s not always the case.

According, Professor Boniface de Rios, a professor of social anthropology at the University of Ferrara, it can be said that the word covid has been in use for centuries, and has been applied to a certain class of people who do not fit the criteria of high risk or low risk.

It’s not just Italians, but the word is also found in other European countries.

“The word is used in some places in France, in Belgium, in Holland, in Austria, in Germany, and in Switzerland,” Professor Bonis explained.

The definition of “low risk” is a combination of the word avra, meaning “low”, and the word cravid, meaning a person who is “not the most educated, most well-informed person”.

According the Oxford Dictionary, the definition of low risk is defined as: “A person who does not fit in a higher social class.”

And “low-risk” can also be applied in a broader sense to those who have low socio-economic status or who have no social class.

According the dictionary, low-risk is defined in a slightly different way.

It refers to a person with a low level of education or economic status, a lack of professional skills, and/or poor social and political influence.

“Low-rise” is defined by the Oxford dictionary as: A person who has been living in a rural or semi-rural area without employment for a period of at least a decade, but has never been employed elsewhere.

A person with low status or power in a society.

Professor Boniat said that while covid is widely used by Italians, it has not always been.

“There is a certain way that it has been accepted and applied,” she said.

“And, unfortunately, it’s been applied and applied with an unhealthy degree of accuracy, and it’s not a useful tool for people.”

Professor Bonit said that it’s important to understand that covid does not have a negative connotation.

“It is not a virus that kills people, it does not kill your liver, it doesn’t kill your heart, it causes only mild illness,” she explained.

“Its the same as being healthy.”

She said that there are different types of covid, and that there is no single cure for the disease.

And, Professor bonit added, it would not be a bad idea to educate your family and friends about the disease to ensure that they are not too confused about its meaning.

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