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Iberian yoga

Iberian yoga
 n.— «The long break has been traditional in many countries with stifling midday heat, but Spaniards claim to have done the most to perfect the ritual, which Camilo Jose Cela, the Nobel Prize-winning novelist, calls “our Iberian yoga.”» —“Spaniards have perfected the siesta ritual” in Madrid, Spain Seattle Times (Washington) Mar. 31, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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