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  • Britannica, Volume 19 Natal (Brazil) 7708251911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 19 — Natal (Brazil) Natal, a city and port of Brazil and capital of the
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  • Natal (Brazil)
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  • Nasr-ed-Din Nasrides, The Nassarawa Nassau Nast, Thomas Nasturtium Natal Natal (Brazil) Natanz Natchez Nathanael Nathubhoy, Sir Mangaldas Natick National
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  • China La Paz, Baja California, Mexico Manila, P.I. Manta, Ecuador Natal, Brazil New Delhi, India Noumea, New Caledonia Paramaribo, Surinam Port
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 19 Natal 7640061911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 19 — Natal Natal, a maritime province of the Union of South
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Brazil 18720531911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Brazil BRAZIL, a republic of South America, the largest
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  • the Union of South Africa (i.e. the provinces of the Cape of Good Hope, Natal, with Zululand, the Orange Free State and the Transvaal); Basutoland, Bechuanaland
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  • the Canary Islands, Egypt and south Japan, the southern limit in Natal and south Brazil. There has been considerable discussion as to whether the banana
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  • Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Diocese of Diamantina (category CE:Dioceses:South America:Brazil)
    Catholico", "Novenas do Natal e da Immaculada Conceicao", "Finezas de Mae e Pastoraes", all well known works published in Brazil. The Catholic press in
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  • and 36 churches. Mgr. F.-X. Brunet is the first bishop. Natal, Diocese of (Natalensis), in Brazil, suffragan of Olinda; erected on 11 Nov., 1909. It comprises
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  • one of the most cosmopolitan birds-of-prey. From Alaska to Brazil, from Lapland to Natal, from Japan to Tasmania, and in some of the islands of the Pacific
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  • in which he remained until Dec. 1842, he forced the entrance into Port Natal, and, by landing a body of troops, rescued a detachment surrounded at the
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  • Botswana LG418   Kenya LG419   Lesotho LG421-423   Uganda LG431-438   Natal LG441-443   Malawi LG451   Orange Free State LG454   Swaziland LG457
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  • 681 Azerbaijan 1246 BELGIUM 688 Belgian Congo 699 BHUTÁN 705 BOLIVIA 706 BRAZIL 713 BULGARIA 726 CHILE 734 CHINA 744 Manchuria 761 Tibet 762 Sin-Kiang 764
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  • supplies, arrowroot is found in the commerce of Brazil, the East Indies, Australia, Cape Colony and Natal. The name “arrowroot” is derived from the
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  • Transvaal Colony the director of agriculture is a departmental secretary; in Natal, the minister for agriculture is a member of the executive council, and
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  • traveled in the Rocky Mountains, California, Mexico, Central America, and Brazil.' Fendler did not become acquainted with Engelmann in this way; he was never
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  • of Italy, the president of the Swiss Confederation, and the emperor of Brazil respectively. In the Bering Sea arbitration there were seven arbitrators
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  • Commander-in-Chief at the Cape of Good Hope and Brazils, and assisted during that period in taking possession of Port Natal. Being next, on 1 July, 1843, appointed
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  • predominantly white, though settled under the most favourable conditions.—Natal is already not a white man's colony, and is bound to pass more and more
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