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  • Volume 22 Priego de Cordoba 4990671911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 22 — Priego de Cordoba [ 316 ] PRIEGO DE CORDOBA, a town of southern Spain
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  •  “  “  urn, burn. y    “  “  yet, yield. B    “  “  the Spanish Habana, Córdoba, where it is like a v made with the lips alone, instead of with the teeth
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  • Corderius Cordes Cordillera Cordite Córdoba, Gonzalo Fernandez de Córdoba (province) Córdoba (Argentine) Córdoba (Mexico) Cordon Cordova (province) Cordova
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  • terraces of Córdoba, Mendoza and La Pampa. Flanking this great widening of the Andes on the south-east are the three short parallel ranges of Córdoba, belonging
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  • (1595-1603) ("The Valencian Widow") Los comendadores de Córdoba (1596-1598) ("The Knights of Córdoba") La viva y muerte del rey Bamba (1597-98) ("The Life
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  • Sciences is formed from the scientific faculty of the National University at Córdoba, with the addition of other men of science in various parts of the country
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  • Naeglin v. De Cordoba by David Josiah Brewer Syllabus 827396Naeglin v. De Cordoba — SyllabusDavid Josiah Brewer Court Documents Opinion
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  • February, 1807, the territory being taken from the ancient Diocese of Córdoba del Tucumán. Until 1898 it comprised also the civil Provinces of Tucumán
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  • — Bárcena, Alfonso de BÁRCENA, Alfonso de, Spanish missionary, b. in Córdoba, Spain, in 1666; d. in 1723. He was sent as a Jesuit missionary to Peru
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  • de la diócesis de Córdoba (Cordova, 1858-1907); REDEL, San Rafael en Córdoba (Cordova, 1889); RAMIREZ DE ARELLANO, Paseos por Córdoba (Cordova, 1875).
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  • II of UmayyadSuleiman II of Umayyad,_Caliph?1016fifth Umayyad Caliph of Córdoba, ruling from 1009 to 1010, and from 1013 to 1016 in the Al-Andalus (Moorish
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  • America. The provinces are: Buenos Aires, Santa Fé, Entre Ríos, Corrientes, Córdoba, San Luis, Santiago del Estero, Mendoza, San Juan, La Rioja, Catamarca
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  • Argentinean city of Córdoba, participate in the MERCOSUR meeting, in the closing of the People's Summit at the historic University of Córdoba, and the visit
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  • Gongóra racionero (Córdoba, 1895); M. González y Francés, Don Luis de Gongóra vindicando su fama ante el propio obispo (Córdoba, 1899); “Vingt-six Lettres
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  • seven years over the See of Guadix. Quiricus assisted at the Council of Córdoba before 839. The Almohades, in the twelfth century, destroyed this together
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  • Shaprut (Heb.: חסדאי אבן שפרוט) born about 915 at Jaén; died 970 or 990 at Córdoba in Spain, was a Jewish physician, diplomat, and patron of science. He served
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  • himself to Cuba and enlisted in the expedition to Yucatan under Francisco de Córdoba in 1517. He proceeded to Mexico with Grijalva in 1518 and returning to
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  • until 1776, when they passed under the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Córdoba. In 1826 they were constituted into a vicariate Apostolic, and on 19 Sept
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  • 1401046The New International Encyclopædia — Cordova CORDOVA, kôr′dṓvȧ, or CÓRDOBA, kôr′dṓ-Bȧ (Lat. Corduba, from Phœnician Kartatuba, Great City). A city
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  • S. 631 (1898) Brown v. United States 171 U.S. 638 (1898) Naeglin v. De Cordoba 171 U.S. 641 (1898) Pierce v. Somerset Railway 171 U.S. 650 (1898) St.
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