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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 16 Lagos (Portugal) 20405781911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 16 — Lagos (Portugal) LAGOS, a seaport of southern Portugal
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  • 42715Q331Ricardo Lagos EscobarRicardoLagos EscobarLagos Escobar,_RicardoRicardo Lagos despedida (cropped).jpg1938President of Chile (2000 – 2006). Second
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  • Britannica, Volume 11 Fusaro, Lago 5663351911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 11 — Fusaro, Lago [ 368 ] FUSARO, LAGO, a lake of Campania, Italy, ½
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  • Britannica, Volume 1 Agnano, Lago Di 1208061911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 — Agnano, Lago Di AGNANO, LAGO DI, a circular lake, 5 m. W. of
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  • by George Grove Donna del Lago, La 1504135A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Donna del Lago, La1900 DONNA DEL LAGO, LA, opera in 2 acts, founded
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  • these streams, the Ogun, enters the Lagos lagoon, which is connected by navigable waterways with the Niger (see Lagos). The delta region is swampy
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  • given their name to an extensive area in West Africa, in the hinterland of Lagos. The Yoruba are of true Negro stock, in many respects typical of the race
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  • Benin and the Lagos hinterland, while from the Guinea coast the trade is in the hands of the Yoruba and comes chiefly through Lagos. A variety of manufactures
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  • Baiaa was brought forward as late as 1858, but only to be abandoned. The Lago d Averno is now greatly frequented by foreign tourists, who are shown what
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  • It is situated in 7° 8′ N., 3° 25′ E., on the Ogun river, 64 m. N. of Lagos by railway, or 81 m. by water. Population, approximately 60,000. Abeokuta
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  • Encyclopædia Navigation ←Previous L Next→ Laetus — Lagos Lagos — Laing Laing — Lalitpur Lally — Lambert of Hersfeld Laetus, Julius Pomponius Laevius
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  • Atwater v. Lago Vista  (2001)  Syllabus 119386Atwater v. Lago Vista — Syllabus2001 Court Documents Opinion of the Court Dissenting
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  • British West Africa, in Yorubaland, Southern Nigeria, 123 m. by rail N.E. of Lagos, and about 50 m. N.E. of Abeokuta. Pop. (1910) estimated at 150,000. The
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  • I Fall in Love with Fernando Po II. I do not become "Fast Friends" with Lagos III. We enter Whydah in State IV. A Walk round Whydah V. From Whydah to
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  • Britannica, Volume 11 Fucino, Lago di 20197311911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 11 — Fucino, Lago di FUCINO, LAGO DI [Lat. Lacus Fucinus], a lake
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  • acted as colonial surgeon at Lagos and superintendent of the houssas. In 1869 he combined civil with medical duties at Lagos, acting as magistrate and clerk
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  • Lagos (Portugal)
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  • Africa settlements (Sierra Leone, Gambia, Gold Coast, and Lagos). The Gold Coast and Lagos were soon erected into a separate colony (24 July 1874), and
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  • Dahomey, the Niger, and the Bight of Benin; it includes the British colony of Lagos (Southern Nigeria), the native Kingdom of Porto Novo (under French protection)
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  • later be made to the University of Lagos; The Graduate School of Political Science called the University of Lagos and confirmed whether the plaintiffs
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