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  • "I shall not call Portugais as evidence," he said.

    The Right of Way — Volume 04

  • "I shall not call Portugais as evidence," he said.

    The Right of Way — Complete

  • "I shall not call Portugais as evidence," he said.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • The brocanteur tells me he is half Portugais* half Français* and I can see that he is wholly one of a kind.

    Characters

  • The brocanteur tells me he is half Portugais* half Français* and I can see that he is wholly one of a kind.

    Brocante / Antiques

  • The brocanteur tells me he is half Portugais* half Français* and I can see that he is wholly one of a kind.

    Brocante / Antiques

  • Pasteis de nata and bolos de coco are my earliest childhood cake memories of holidays in what is now Mozambique (then called Portuguese East Africa) I was delighted to find them again in Paris in a small cafe off Avenue Kleber .. it may be in Avenue des Portugais or the one before that.

    pasteis de nata

  • The brocanteur tells me he is half Portugais* half Français* and I can see that he is wholly one of a kind.

    Characters

  • Christians, imputing all luch calamities to the cause of them, that they fell upon some Portugais and wounded them, and we seeing their mischievous Actions, with all the speed we could put forth to Sea again, and sailed to the Island of St. Hellens.

    The Isle Of Pines (1668) and An Essay in Bibliography by Worthington Chauncey Ford

  • Garnier wished him to have him recalled, he was retained in France, and there his later years were spent in writing several works, among which, besides those already mentioned, figures his "Histoire des découvertes et des conquêtes des Portugais dans le Nouveau-Monde"

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

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