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Maria Usbeck - "Uno De Tus Ojos" & "Moai Y Yo"
It's an airy, melancholy ballad that conjures a similar feeling to Chairlift's “Crying In Public” or Yumi Zouma's “It Feels Good To Be Around You,” that sense of drifting away into weightlessness until your sadness turns to bliss.
New research unravels Easter Island moai theory
Timex bit off 'Moai' than it could chew with museum
Anybody want a used Moai? Maybe your garden gnome is looking a little long in the jowls. Perhaps your pink flamingo has weathered to sickly chartreuse.
Les "Moai" du Vaima
VAIMA - La photo d'un internaute polynésien fait le buzz sur la toile. Elle met en scène des pierres disposées les unes sur les autres à la source du Vaima. Les "Moai" du Vaima.
What really happened on Easter Island?
Hundreds of iconic moai statues stand testament to the vibrant civilization that once inhabited Easter Island, but there are far fewer clues about why this civilization mysteriously vanished. Did they shortsightedly exhaust the island's resources?

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