from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A measure of land used in Cuba, equal to 33.1 acres, being a little less than the Castilian zugada. There is a Mexican cavalleria of 131 acres.
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ISLA, Regla de la Orden y cavalleria de Santiago (Antwerp, 1598);
For heroes of the genuine cavalleria type, plumed, doubleted, pumpt and magnificent, give me Dumas; for good folks and true, the great American
Honor de cavalleria (2006), his rendition of the story of Don Quixote.
Albert Serra's Honor de cavalleria and Todd Rohal's The Guatemalan Handshake have both done quite well at the Torino Film Festival.
y cavalleria de Montesa (Valencia, 1573); LAFUENTE, Hist.
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