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  • (1913), Volume 15 Diocese of Vitoria by Ramón Ruiz Amado 107789Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 15 Diocese of VitoriaRamón Ruiz Amado (VICTORIENSIS)
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  • 73827Q312384Francisco de VitoriaFrancisco deVitoriaVitoria,_Francisco de14801546Early theorist of international law; major thinker in the scholastic just
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  • De Indis De Jure Belli by Francisco de Vitoria 68635De Indis De Jure BelliFrancisco de Vitoria
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  • e decididos. Na luta contra o imperialismo o inimigo dos povos, até à vitória final. Pelo caminho da revolução. Fatherland, fatherland, East Timor our
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  • De Indis De Jure Belli by Francisco de Vitoria Part 4 68644De Indis De Jure Belli — Part 4Francisco de Vitoria
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  • Vitelleschi Lucius Vitellius Diocese of Viterbo and Toscanella Diocese of Vitoria Vittorino da Feltre Sts. Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia Domenico Viva
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  • cuatro libros de la historia de . . . Alava (Vitoria, 1799); and Los varones illustres Alavenses Vitoria, 1798). See also M. Risco in vol. 33 of Hispania
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  • Archdiocese of Valencia Archdiocese of Valladolid Diocese of Vich Diocese of Vitoria Domenico Viva Diocese of Zamora (1) Some or all works by this
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  • for the ‘Gallery of Modern British Artists.’ Plates from his Battle of Vitoria’ and ‘The Ghost, a Christmas Frolic,’ appeared in 1814, and ‘Devotion,’
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  • For a description of the decisive battle of Vitoria (June 21, 1813), see Vitoria. In it Battle of Vitoria, June 21, 1813. King Joseph met with a crushing
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  • Vitoria
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  • captain in the British service he had under his orders some 8000 men. At Vitoria, the Pyrenees battles and Toulouse he directed the movements of the artillery
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  • it has about 72 pupils. The school at Bordeaux has been transferred to Vitoria in Spain, where it carries on its work with fifty pupils. The Amiens apostolic
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  • Vistula Vitalianus Vitebsk (government) Vitebsk (town) Vitelli, Vitellozzo Vitellius, Aulus Viterbo Vitet, Ludovic Vitoria Vitré Vitrified Forts Vitriol
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  • “Salamanca,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 (battle, 1812) “Vitoria,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 "ROBINSON, Major-General
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  • 10 Jerónimo MendietaCamillus Crivelli A Spanish missionary; born at Vitoria, Spain, 1525; died in the City of Mexico, 9 May, 1604. While still a youth
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  • Indis De Jure Belli by Francisco de Vitoria Preface 68637De Indis De Jure Belli — PrefaceFrancisco de Vitoria THE CLASSICS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
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  • series entitled España (Barcelona, 1888); Burgos y su provincia, anon. (Vitoria, 1898); Intento de un diccionario biográfico y bibliográfico de autores
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  • the only one which is wholly Basque, Álava is the least so. Its capital, Vitoria, is said to have been founded by the Gothic king Leovigild (581). Older
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  • the distinguished professors of the university may be mentioned Pedro de Vitoria and Alvaro de Cadabal, and in the second epoch Villagran and Jose Rodriguez
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