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Songs about Orita:
Montuno Orita by Dave Pike & His Orchestra from the Album Vibraphone Essentials
Montuno Orita by Dave Pike & His Orchestra from the Album Cigar Lounge
Montuno Orita by Dave Pike from the Album Manhattan Latin
Montuno Orita by Dave Pike and Dave Pike from the Album Latin Jazz Roots
Orita by Dieter Reith from the Album Knock Out
Orita by DJ Sama from the Album Party Krash
Pavúk - se?orita vá? ret si prosím by Franti?ek Kri?tof Veselý from the Album Antológia Slovenský Retro Hudby / Slovak Retro Music Anthology, (1945 - 1946), Volume 5
Books about Orita:
Orita: Rites of passage for youth of African descent in America by Marilyn Maye and Warren L. Maye (Jan 24, 2000)
Orita: Webster's Timeline History, 1913 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 28, 2010)
Orita for Black youth: An initiation into Christian adulthood by Frank T Fair (1977)
El despertar de la se?orita Prim by Natalia Sanmartín (2010)
Yaguar i ryzhaya sen orita by Ya. Troinich (2011)
Dulce calvario de la se?orita salus, el
Wiki information Orita:
Orita was a 9mm submachine gun manufactured in Romania during World War II and for several years afterwards. It was named for Captain Marin Orița, who is credited in Romania with its design. The manufacturer was CMC, and the first version, Model...
Orita is an unincorporated community in Imperial County, California. It is located on a former branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad 11.5 miles north of Holtville, at an elevation of 92 feet below sea level.