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  • n. Plural form of Carlist.

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Examples

  • "The CEDA I can guarantee, and probably the Carlists will go along, but who can tell about the Falange?"

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  • The Carlists supported a strengthened monarchy based on anti-modernist principles and a firm reliance on the traditional teachings of Catholic Church which unfortunately in their view also included the reinstatement of a state-run, but clerically administered Inquisition.

    Franco, The Church and the Fight for Spain's Soul

  • My guess is that they will linger around on the fringes for a few years to come and will be a sort of bizarre historical curiosity whose continued existence will be a surprise to most, a bit like the Carlists in Spain.

    Another nail in the coffin

  • Continental aristocracy, such as old Rolls, the baker, who has set up his quarters in the Faubourg Saint Germain, and will receive none but Carlists, and no French gentleman under the rank of a

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  • Those Carlists make a great consumption of cartridges.

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  • Why they were Carlists they could perhaps no more say than I could.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Their being always Carlists would certainly be no reason with me, for I was never a Carlist; and perhaps my liking is only a prejudice in their favor from the air of thrift and work which pervades their beautiful province, or is an effect of their language as I first saw it inscribed on the front of the Credit Lyonnais at Bayonne.

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  • The Carlists were defeated with the help of the Quadruple Alliance of Britain, France, Spain, and Portugal (See 1834–39).

    f. The Iberian Peninsula

  • Decree of Unification: Franco declares the amalgamation of the Falange and the Carlists, creating the Falange Española Tradicionalista y de las Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional-Sindicalista (FET y de las JONS).

    The Spanish Civil War

  • Yes, you could argue that by taking the phrase "village priests with a sinister reputation for butchery" (p. 33) I have misread a passage by failing to distinguish between "dogmatic and fanatical priests" of the "great northern region" and the Carlists in the mountains.

    All or Nothing

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