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The Ila-Speaking Peoples of Northern Rhodesia : Volume 2

By: Smith, Edwin William, 1876-1957; Dale, Andrew Murray, D. 1919

...ic Library.org OF NORTHERN RHODESIA, VOL. II Title: THE ILA-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NORTHERN RHODESIA, VOL. II Author: EDWIN W. SMITH Language: Engl... ...... ... If. Smith. KAKUA, A BAMBALA CHIEF. (See Vol. I. p. 77.) THE ILA-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NORTHERN RHODESIA BY ^ REV. EDWIN W. SMITH b> HONORARY CHAPLAIN ... ...-ila never work so hard as when they are boys. Of the men we may say, as a Spanish Ambassador once said of the Irish : " La gente is muy olgazana, ene... ...he community was restored to itsformer strength. Then they spread the news abroad, saying, " Tadizasha, tadizotwa, dilamwaya munzhi " (" Don't build w... ...who ventured ahead was never seen again ; he disappeared. So the news went abroad. Waluchimba nakansakwe ; mozo-wakwe washia ("Abandon your journey be... ... remorse and attribute to conscience, they attri- bute to the ghost of the murdered man. It is then said : " Chia chamukwata" ("The chia seizes, posse... ...her evil-doer is said to have Chanzu or Lwaiizu, that is, the ghost of the murdered man, or some other spirit, haunts him, or is in him the idea is ve... ...es not know. He began to tell of his vision and soon the fame of it spread abroad, and people began to flock to him from all quarters. We ourselves we...

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Anarchism in Spain

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...nce than anywhere else, especially before Francisco Franco 's victory in the Spanish Civil War of 1936–39. There were several variants of anarchi... ...del Trabajo (CNT). General strike s became common, and large portions of the Spanish working class adopted anarchist ideas. There also emerged a sm... ...ists played a central role in the fight against Francisco Franco during the Spanish Civil War . At the same time, a far-reaching social revoluti... ...st prisoners at the castle of Montjuich in Barcelona in 1892. As many as 400 people were brought to the dungeons following a bombing (the guilty par... ...A social revolution has broken out in Barcelona and it has been started by the people. No one has led it. Neither the Liberals nor Catalan Nationalis... ...nt responded by filling the streets with machine gun s. Fighting left seventy people dead. In spite of the violence, the strike's demands were modera... ...were hired to kill union leaders. Scores, perhaps hundreds, of anarchists were murdered during this time period. Anarchists responded in turn with a n... ...ked with the French Resistance, engaging in actions both on the homefront and abroad. They worked especially to smuggle Jewish families into Spain, f...

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Spanish Ballads

By: Le Strange, G. (Guy), 1854-1933

...RNIA TY OF CALIFORNIA LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 6 1 I SPANISH BALLADS CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS C. F. CLAY, MANAGER LONDON : FE... ...N CO. OF CANADA, LTD. TOKYO :MARUZEN-KABUSHIKI-KAISHA ALL RIGHTS RESERVED SPANISH BALLADS CHOSEN BY G. LE STRANGE CAMBRIDGE AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS i... ...SITY PRESS i 920 PREFACE PROFESSOR FITZMAURICE-KELLY in his Chapters on Spanish Literature has devoted the fourth of these lectures to the Romancer... ... from the earlier broadsides (fliegos suehos\ the primitive ballads of the people were printed by Martin Nucio at Antwerp, probably in 1550, in the ed... ...ith his vengeance. A hill, two leagues from Cordova, is still shown by the people as the place where the Infantes of Lara were slain. LOS SIETE INFANT... ...f fortune that Castile should come under Leon. Further, they held that the people ofZamora were responsible for Sancho's traitorous death, seeing that... ... 1358 his half-brother Fadrique, coming underasafe-conduct to Seville, was murdered inPeter's presence, and, it is reported, by his hand. In 1366 Henr... ...save his life. The ballad is remarkable in this, that the spokesman is the murderedman himself, who relates what happened to him. ROMANCE DE DON FADRI... ... had been lured under safe-conduct to Seville by Pedro the Cruel and there murdered, Pedro on this occasion becoming possessed of the Great Ruby, whic...

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List of Italians

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...lessandro Malaspina (1754–1810), nobleman who spent most of his life as a Spanish naval officer and explorer Umberto Nobile (1885–1978), engineer an... ...or and engraver. He illustrated in his figures the costumes of the Italian peoples, the great epic poems and numerous other subjects Military and p... ...annica Online, 2011. Web 3 March 2011. Cesare Borgia (1475/1476–1507), Spanish-Italian condottiero, nobleman, politician, and cardinal. Powerful ... ... 3 March 2011. Alexander Farnese, Duke of Parma (1545–1592), revitalized Spanish rule in the southern provinces of the Netherlands (modern Belgium a... ... National Fascist Party . Two weeks after his speech, he was kidnapped and murdered by fascists Giuseppe Mazzini (1805–1872), propagandist and revolu... ... five times as premier of Italy. In 1978 he was kidnapped and subsequently murdered by left-wing terrorists Encyclopædia Britannica Online, 2011. W... ... for his technical virtuosity, he sang in operas throughout Italy and also abroad, notably at Munich and for Handel in London Caffarelli (1710–1783... ...ng to tradition, he is the patron saint of courtship, travelers, and young people Vitus (c. 290 – c. 303), Christian saint. He is counted as one of t... ...ho introduced humanitarian reforms to the psychiatric hospital care of people with mental disorder s Realdo Colombo (c. 1516–1559), one of the f...

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Among the Zulus and Amatongas : With Sketches of the Natives, Their Language and Customs; And the Country, Products, Climate, Wild Animals Being Principally Contributions to Magazines and Newspapers

By: Leslie, David, D. 1874; Drummond, William Henry, Hon., 1854-1907

...inds, as in Australia, are seldom felt; so much so, that when one does come, people go about very much sur- prised, informing one another that it is "... ...y; in fact, one great rich swamp, covered with game, is there inhabited by a people civilized in comparison with their neighbours, the Zulus; but wher... ...ent, the chances of any outbreak are constantly lessening. I have heard many people say — " Oh, but your natives are a very bad set — are they not? — ... ...an unusual amount of attention at home, a description of a marriage ceremony abroad may not be uninteresting even to Belgravian mammas. First, then, w... ...nd Colonist, to take them for granted, and transcribe them; they may mislead abroad. To return to the treaty, and why it would be a ftirce. It is ackn... ...annot exist on small plots of land, as could a white man ; and to throw them abroad in the colony with no foot of ground — no locus standi — compelled... ...the flight the three w^ere shot down. I will not say that they were " basely murdered." Savages (leal after their kind;\but it'is difficult for the fa... ...TICE WITH SPAIIs" I-WHAT ABOUT PORTUGAL? Fatal Encounter between British and Spanish Forces.—A telegram from the Gibraltar correspondent of the Wester... ... on Tuesday, it being reported that a French vessel had been captured by the Spanish Coastguard in British waters. A steam-launch from Her Majesty's s...

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Oberdan Sallustro

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...ieved July 12, 2010.  (Spanish) , Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, 1980Informe sobre l... ... Categories Articles with Spanish-language external links WorldHeritage article... ... 1915 births 1972 deaths People from Asunción Argentine businesspeople ... ... Deaths by firearm in Argentina Kidnapped Argentine people People murdered in Argentina ... ... Kidnapped Argentine people People murdered in Argentina Italian people murdered abroad ... ... People murdered in Argentina Italian people murdered abroad Paraguayan expatriates in Arge... ...People murdered in Argentina Italian people murdered abroad Paraguayan expatriates in Argentina ... ...ieved July 12, 2010.  (Spanish) , Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, 1980Informe sobre l... ... Kidnapped Argentine people People murdered in Argentina Italian people murdered abroad ...

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Chapters on Spanish Literature

By: Fitzmaurice Kelly, James, 1858-1923

... I* ? i CHAPTERS ON SPANISH LITERATURE -c- , r. j i CHAPTERS ON SPANISH LITERATURE BY JAMES FITZMAURICE-KELLY FBLLOW OF THE BRITISH ACA... ...ES FITZMAURICE-KELLY FBLLOW OF THE BRITISH ACADEMY CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE SPANISH ACADEMY MEDALLIST OF THE HISPANIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA, ETC. *> L... ...iety of America did me the honour to invite me to give a course of lectures on Spanish literature in the United States, and almost at the same time an... ...rned language for a small circle, and it was soon treated in the speech of the people byjuglares not necessarily laymen who recited their com- positio... ... he enjoys life, such as it is, while he can. He gives us to under- stand that people and things are what they are because THE ARCHPRIEST OF HITA 51 ... ... 1455. A simple comparison of dates is enough to ensure Juana's acquittal. Few people like to see a scandalous story about historical personages destr... ...poignant pathos in which Gonzalo Gustios kisses the severed heads of his seven murdered sons : Partese el moro Alicante vispera de sant Cebrian. 2 And... ..., and the dramatic power of the romance which is supposed to be recited by the murdered man is undeniable. A similar perversion of historical truth is... ...umstances and even the place of her death are uncertain. Assuming that she was murdered, however, it is certain that Maria de Padilla had no share in ...

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Camillo Berneri

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..., mostly anti-clerical and anti-fascist articles. With Spanish Civil War against Francisco Franco's attempted coup, where he took ... ...rt in the battles of Monte Pelado and Huesca (in Aragon) together with the Spanish anarchists of Francisco Ascaso Column and the Italians of the Matte... ...der to hunt down leading anarchists, Berneri was dragged from his home and murdered. His body, riddled with bullets, was found during the night, near ... ... 1877 births 1937 deaths People from Lodi, Lombardy Italian anarchists ... ...communists Italian journalists Murdered anarchists Murdered writers ... ...hists Murdered writers Italian people of the Spanish Civil War Italian people murder... ... Murdered writers Italian people of the Spanish Civil War Italian people murdered abroad ... ...alian people of the Spanish Civil War Italian people murdered abroad Deaths by firearm in Spain ... ...oad Deaths by firearm in Spain People murdered in Spain University of Florence facul...

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Spanish Ballads

By: Le Strange, G. (Guy), 1854-1933

...MACMILLAN CO. OF CANADA, LTD. TOKYO :MARUZEN-KABUSHIKI-KAISHA ALL RIGHTS RESERVED SPANISH BALLADS CHOSEN BY G. LE STRANGE CAMBRIDGE AT THE UNIVERSITY... ...1920 p \ <\\ \_H1 PRINTTD PREFACE PROFESSOR FITZMAURICE-KELLY in his Chapters on Spanish Literature has devoted the fourth of these lectures to the ... ...s devoted the fourth of these lectures to the Romancero. Taking Lockhart's Ancient Spanish Ballads as a basis for his discourse, he gives references t... ...ion and from the earlier broadsides (fliegos sueltos\ the primitive ballads of the people were printed by Martin Nucio at Antwerp, probably in 1550, i... ...isfied with his vengeance. A hill, two leagues from Cordova, is still shown by the people as the place where the Infantes of Lara were slain. LOS SIET... ...stroke of fortune that Castile should come under Leon. Further, they held that the people of Zamora were responsible for Sancho's traitorous death, se... ...ater. In 1358 his half-brother Fadrique, coming underasafe-conduct to Seville, was murdered inPeter's presence, and, it is reported, by his hand. In 1... ...most to save his life. The ballad is remarkable in this, that the spokesman is the murderedman himself, who relateswhat happened to him. ROMANCE DE DO... ... VI, who had been lured under safe-conduct to Seville by Pedro the Cruel and there murdered, Pedro on this occasion becoming possessed of the Great Ru...

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Christian Poveda

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... 5 External links Life Born to exiled Spanish parents in Algeria, he went to ... ... El Salvador about the life of local gangs. For 16 months Poveda filmed the marginal young people of El Salvador divided between t... ... ^ a b Obituary: Christian Poveda ^ Asesinan a documentalista que retrató pandillas (Spanish) ^ Ada... ...t on Wikidata 1955 births 2009 deaths French people of Spanish descent ... ...ata 1955 births 2009 deaths French people of Spanish descent P... ... 2009 deaths French people of Spanish descent People murdered in El Salvador ... ...ch people of Spanish descent People murdered in El Salvador French people murdered abroad ... ...nish descent People murdered in El Salvador French people murdered abroad Assassinat...

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A Manual of Spanish Art and Literature

By: Berard, Augusta Blanche, 1824-1901

...ion World Public Library.org ART AND LITERATURE Title: A MANUAL OF SPANISH ART AND LITERATURE Author: A. B. BERARD Language: English Subject:... ...... ... experiment, because no literature is more distinguished than is the elder Spanish for richness of invention, for beauty of style, for purity of moral... ...lowing Tagus. The old Iberian city long resisted the arms of Eome, and the people of this province were ac- counted the bravest in Spain. Within its t... ... justice is a noble thing, that merits all renown ; It fills the laud with people, checks the guilty with its frown ; But kings, that should uphold it... ...pular literature, which, springing up in the rude songs and ballads of the people, lays claim to an earlier birth than the productions of the earliest... ...Honored Culprit," by far the most successful production, either at home or abroad, of the modern Spanish drama. In 1778, Jovellanos was called to Madr... ...ng the impression of a fortress, designed for defence against enemies from abroad, and for protection to the subject city at its feet. The name of the... .... He was restored by miracle to his proper shape, and the lady whom he had murdered was also brought back to life, and became the first abbess of the ...

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James Miller (De La Salle Christian Brother)

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...e Christian Brothers during his freshman year of high school and received a Master's degree in Spanish from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota in Wi... ...to the military. Miller had dedicated himself to providing job and leadership skills to Indian people to help ease the oppression suffered by Guatemal... ...gories 1944 births 1982 deaths People from Stevens Point, Wisconsin ... ...nesota alumni American Roman Catholic missionaries Murdered missionaries People murd... ... Roman Catholic missionaries Murdered missionaries People murdered in Guatemala Amer... ...aries People murdered in Guatemala American people murdered abroad Deaths by firearm... ... People murdered in Guatemala American people murdered abroad Deaths by firearm in Guate...

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The Bases of Humor in the Contemporary Spanish Theatre

By: Zatlin, Phyllis, 1938

...THE BASES OF HUMOR IN THE CONTEMPORARY SPANISH THEATRE By PHYLLIS ZATLIN BORING A DISSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE GR... ...NTAST AND LUNACY 231 CONCLUSION 278 BIBLIOGRAPHY 284 INDEX OP CONTEMPORARY SPANISH PLAYS 294 BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH 299 iv INTRODUCTION "Prom the beginn... ... sentado. 1 " 1 In the "Auto de los Reyes Magos," first extant work in the Spanish theatre, there is some humor in the portrayal of the Jewish counsel... ...s a slightly different kind of play, for here the hero is quite admirable. People laugh at him because he believes in putting comfort ahead of fashion... ...gn languages and, along with many of his contempo- raries, he makes fun of people who show off their knowledge of Italian, French, or English. 92 Anot... ... sainete.95 This farce also contains a starving artist who talks some poor people out of their food on the pretense that he is going to paint a pictur... ...hura and Alvaro de Laiglesia, Mercedes dreams that her husband Lorenzo has murdered her and married Raquel, accomplice in the murder and Lorenzo's for... ...ler aseslnadlta causes us to smile; how can the woman be Just a little bit murdered? Alfonso Paso, who also makes use of absurd or incongruous humor u... ...tective home for dinner only to discover that his -wife, Carlota, has been murdered. He wonders nonchalantly what he is going to feed his guest now th...

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Héctor Gutiérrez Ruiz

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... 1934 births 1976 deaths People from Montevideo People killed in Operation Con... ... Assassinated Uruguayan politicians Uruguayan people of Spanish descent Uruguayan people murdered a... ...sassinated Uruguayan politicians Uruguayan people of Spanish descent Uruguayan people murdered abroad ... ...Uruguayan people of Spanish descent Uruguayan people murdered abroad People murdered in Argentina ... ... people of Spanish descent Uruguayan people murdered abroad People murdered in Argentina ... ... Uruguayan people murdered abroad People murdered in Argentina Deaths by firearm in Arg... ...sassinated Uruguayan politicians Uruguayan people of Spanish descent Uruguayan people murdered abroad ... ...Uruguayan people of Spanish descent Uruguayan people murdered abroad People murdered in Argentina ... ... people of Spanish descent Uruguayan people murdered abroad People murdered in Argentina ...

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Special Report of William E. Fuller, Assistantt Attorney-General, Being a Condensed Statement of the Work Done, The Questions Considered, The Principles Laid Down, And the Most Important Decisions Made by the Spanish Treaty Claims Commission from the Organization of the Commission, April 8, 1901, To April 10, 1907

By: United States. Department of Justice; United States. Spanish Treaty Claims Commission; Fuller, William E. (William Elijah), 1846-1918

.../ / JL.^ iL<o^ ^b* * tr. B. SupU of Doc'ouiaiisa. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SPANISH TREATY CLAIMS COMMISSION w ft *r '/- -r '-.» SPECIAL REPORT OF WILL... ...ed, the Principles Laid Down, and the Most Important Decisions made by the Spanish Treaty Claims Commission from the organization of the Commission, A... ...7 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1907 ^c^ \ DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SPANISH TREATY CLAIMS COMMISSION SPECIAL REPORT OF WILLIAM E. FULLER ASSIST... ...sly spread broadcast throughout the United States that the doctor had been murdered in his cell by Spanish officials. For some days the telegraph wire... ...ce whatever introduced showing or tending to show that the doctor had been murdered, but neither was the defense able to show any justification for ha... ...d by Spanish forces April 11, 1896, the claimant charging that his son was murdered by the Spanish troops, while the defendant claimed that he was kil... ... the power of the insurrection, crippling Spain, and to force the laboring people into the insurrection, General Gomez, as early as July, 1895, forbid... ... their services and bravery, losses and sufferings, as a wise and grateful people will always bestow upon the protectors and defenders of their nation... ...resentment at the reflection cast on "the unstainable honor of the Spanish people" by the recent references to the Maine disaster, and claimed "the mo...

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Vicente Cañas

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... Vicente Cañas, S.J. (Alborea, Albacete, October 22, 1939 — Mato Grosso, April 6, 1987) was a Spanish Christian miss... ...Subsequently, the investigation into his murder was marred by corruption and incompetence and none of the 6 suspected murderers people were initially ... ... José Cláudio Ribeiro da Silva Environment of Brazil Indigenous People in Brazil ... ... VIAF not on Wikidata 1939 births 1987 deaths People from Albacete ... ... Assassinated activists Assassinated religious leaders Assassinated Spanish people ... ... Spanish Christian missionaries Christian missionaries in Brazil Spanish people murdere... ... Spanish Christian missionaries Christian missionaries in Brazil Spanish people murdered abroad ... ...ish Christian missionaries Christian missionaries in Brazil Spanish people murdered abroad ... ...azil Spanish people murdered abroad People murdered in Brazil Murdered missionaries ...

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Spanish and Italian Folk-Songs

By: Strettell, Alma

...~X^ ^ ee l\ / ^% A S ee vvlOS-ANCEl ? I 1nn > r>\y y> ^t it inm/rnr.. SPANISH AND ITALIAN FOLK-SONGS SPANISH & ITALIAN FOLK-SONGS TRANSL... ... say that this little volume does not pretend to be a complete collection of Spanish or Italian folk-songs. Its only aim is to bring into notice a few... ...expression, have seemed to me peculiarly interesting and characteristic. The Spanish selections have not been made from the purely Spanish popular poe... ...Spanish popular poetry the ordinary " coplas " and " seguidillas " which the people all over the country sing, and even improvise, on every kind of su... ...t since the return of the Spaniards from Flanders it has been used among the people as an epithet of dislike and scorn, and that hence it has been giv... ... and often elar^rate_jjuitar accompaniments, is intended to sung less by the people than by the " professional " singer either a gipsy or some one tau... ... young girl, who has been searching over the mountains for the corpse of her murdered father, and who describes her wanderings, and how she found him ... ...d into my face, Yet sorrow leaves my heart no rest ; I do not tell my griefs abroad, To be the people's jest. To be the people's idle jest My secret g...

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Ana María

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... Death On April 6, 1983, Ana Maria was murdered at her home in Managua, Nicaragua. Her assassins stabbed her eight... ... External links FMLN (in Spanish) Melida Anaya Montes Language School ... ... 1983 deaths Murder in 1983 People from San Salvador Department Salvadoran revolu... ... Assassinated Salvadoran politicians People murdered in Nicaragua Deaths by stabbing in Ni... ... Assassinated Salvadoran politicians People murdered in Nicaragua Deaths by stabbing in Nicaragua... ... Deaths by stabbing in Nicaragua People of the Salvadoran Civil War Salvadoran people ... ...People of the Salvadoran Civil War Salvadoran people murdered abroad University of El Salvador alumni ... ... the Salvadoran Civil War Salvadoran people murdered abroad University of El Salvador alumni ...

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A Record of Spanish Painting

By: Gallichan, Catherine Gasquoine Hartley, 1867-1928

... del Conde Orgaz. {The Hiiriiil of Count Orgaz.) BY EL GRECO. n RECORD OP Spanish Painting BY C. GASQUOINE HARTLEY (MRS. WALTER GALLICHAN), Author of... ...tc. Illustrated with Fifty-five Full-page Reproductions of Works by famous Spanish Artists. Xon^on an& 1Flewcastle:*on«tr^ue : THE WALTER SCOTT PUBLIS... ... BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED. ^ PREFACE. In writing the history of Spanish painting, I have striven to recount the growth of the country's art... ...ictions, and this complexity, which characterises both the country and the people, as a natural corollary, is likewise existent in her art; for it is ... ...from the days of the Visigoths, two great motive powers swayed the Spanish people,—the influence of the Crown and the power of the Church. Implicit ob... ... strength—a strength which, it is true, was often used for the good of the people, but which nevertheless sealed their destiny. Dependent, weakened, u... ...ous painters that our great times have seen." But these men lived and died abroad, and their work belongs to the record of Italy and not to Spain. The... ...fe. With unrelieved reality he portrays that "blood- bath " in which Murat murdered the upholders of Spanish liberty. The canvases are broadly painted...

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Ingrid Visser (volleyball)

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...ppeared in the region. The pair had been abducted, tortured and killed.[3] Spanish police arrested Juan Cuenca Lorente, ex-director of volleyball club... ...ce stated that there had been "certain business disagreements" between the murdered couple and the three men under arrest.[5][6] S... ...ner: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Spanish Cup Winner: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2... ... 1977 births 2013 deaths People from Gouda Dutch volleyball players ... ...nds Women's volleyball players People murdered in Spain Dutch people murdered abroad... ... Women's volleyball players People murdered in Spain Dutch people murdered abroad ... ...n Dutch people murdered abroad Murdered sportspeople Murder in 2013 ... ...ppeared in the region. The pair had been abducted, tortured and killed.[3] Spanish police arrested Juan Cuenca Lorente, ex-director of volleyball club... ... 1977 births 2013 deaths People from Gouda Dutch volleyball players ...

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The Spanish Pastoral Romances

By: Rennert, Hugo Albert, 1858-1927

... OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF ROM^NICJ-AjraJAj^^ Extra Series, No. 1 THE SPANISH PASTORAL ROMANCES BY HUGO A. RENNERT, Ph.D. (Frei... ...reiburg i. B.) PROFESSOR IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE ROYAL SPANISH ACADEMY OF THE ROYAL GALIC1AN ACADEMY MEMBER OF T... ...ely neglected by the student. for the pastoral is a product of the mst ilnnrishing period of Spanish literature, a literature unsurpassed by any in wo... ... was a work of real genius, while the peculiar temperament and susceptibility of the Spanish people were, doubtless, also a factor in its success. But... ... be no doubt. It would also seem that the climate and the warm, impressionable nature of the people, were not un- important factors in its success, si... ...decide to land, * for love of life made slavery appear sweet to the Turks,' who are promptly murdered by the Catalonians. This takes place on the very... ...east, real shep- herds, not the visionary creatures with which other pas- toral romances are peopled. 1 The following verses are from Eclogue V. : Yo,... ...s. " in my native country, the paths of any pretension what- ever were closely barred, which abroad I had found wide open." It was while in Valladolid...

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Jean van Heijenoort

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Dictionary of Quotations (Spanish)

By: Harbottle, Thomas Benfield, D. 1904; Hume, Martin Andrew Sharp, 1847-1910

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org QUOTATIONS (SPANISH) Title: DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS (SPANISH) Author: T. B. HAR... ...... ...s and Allusions .\P. G. Cambray. ( T. B. Harbottle. '\Major Martin Hume. 11. Spanish Quotations DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS (SPANISH) BY T. B. H A R B O... ...he Hebrew and the Arabic, is deeply rooted in the very nature of the Spanish people, and Sancho Panza, whose common speech was largely composed of the... ...o echo in a literature which received its re- newed inspiration from Eastern peoples at a time when the classical tradition had almost disappeared fro... ...hivalry and spiritual' pride, which have been the racial inheritance? of the people. A comparison of PREFACE vil the average philosophy contained in ... ...n. L, Sc. 1. — {Focas.) "... No person in his native land So happy is as one abroad. And more than all if, after years Of absence, he returns once mor... ...s Ilustyes de Indias, Part I., Eleg. I., Canto IV., St. 1. " Truth can never murdered be, And when malice doth it hide, It again the light shall see ;... ...)lares. Goloquio de los Perros, p. 236. " He who is a fool at home is a fool abroad." " Quien no ama con todos sus cinco sentidos una mujer hermosa, n...

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Ernesto Balmaceda

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... Ernesto Balmaceda Bello (1887 – February 24, 1906) was a Chilean diplomat, who was murdered in Belgium in a celebrated cas... ...os Waddington fled to the Chilean embassy and claimed diplomatic immunity and extraterritoriality. The Belgian people were incensed at this behavior a... ...he International and Comparative Law Quarterly Brief overview of case, rather biased (Spanish) ... ...Articles with hCards 1887 births 1906 deaths People from Santiago ... ...an people of Basque descent Chilean diplomats Assassinated Chilean people Chilean pe... ... Chilean diplomats Assassinated Chilean people Chilean people murdered abroad P... ...lean diplomats Assassinated Chilean people Chilean people murdered abroad People mur...

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Ancient Spanish Ballads : Historical and Romantic

By: Lockhart, John Gibson, 1794-1854, Tr

.... LOCKHART Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SPANISH BALLADS Title: ANCIENT SPANISH BALLADS Author: J. G. LOCKHART ... ...Lockhart was the second * Since the publication of the last edition of the Spanish Ballads, their brilliant author has gone to his rest. The following... ...reserve. No doubt he might have taken a higher place as a poet than by the Spanish Ballads, as a writer of fiction than by his novels. These seem to h... ...oors and their Spanish subjects from ever being completely melted into one people, yet it appears that nothing could, on the whole, be more mild than ... ...rit of kindliness and charity among the more cultivated portions of either people. The intellect of the Christian Spaniards could not be ungrateful fo... ...ternal events are sometimes not the surest guides to the spirit whether of peoples or of ages, and the ancient popular poetry of Spain may be referred... ... in the centre of the choir Bernardo's knees are bent ; Before him for his murdered sire yawns the old monument. THE FUNERAL OF THE COTJNT OF SAIDANA... ...and for romance. He had caused his innocent wife to be aBsassi- nated—^had murdered three of his brothers—and committed numberless cruelties upon his ... ...adness stand they near — Whate'er to others he had been, their friend lies murdered here. The deed, say those, was justly done—a tyrant's soul is sped...

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Francisco Arce Montes

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... Rape, Indecent assault, Murder[4][3] Francisco Xavier Arce Montes is a Spanish serial abuser and murderer who ... ...or armed rape.[1] Montes left a swath of other offenses across Europe.[5] Montes raped and murdered Caroline Dickinson, a 13-year-... ...to search for other similar incidents at youth hostels across France and continually came across the name of a Spanish man named Francisco Arce Montes... ...ticles with hCards Tracking infobox criminal with motive parameter Spanish people imprisoned abroad ... ...ith hCards Tracking infobox criminal with motive parameter Spanish people imprisoned abroad ... ... Tracking infobox criminal with motive parameter Spanish people imprisoned abroad Spanish mu... ...ish people imprisoned abroad Spanish murderers of children Spanish people convicted of murder ... ... Spanish people convicted of murder 1950 births Living people Prisoners ...

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The Spanish Pastoral Romances

By: Rennert, Hugo A. (Hugo Albert), 1858-1927

...NIA DEPARTMENT OF ROMANIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES Extra Series, No. 1 THE SPANISH PASTORAL ROMANCES BY HUGO A.'RENNERT, Ph.D. (Freiburg i. B.) PROF... ...ROFESSOR IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE ROYAL SPANISH ACADEMY OF THE ROYAL GALICIAN ACADEMY MEMBER OF THE HISPANIC SOCI... ...the student, for the pastoral is a product of the most flourishing period of Spanish literature, a literature unsurpassed by any in the modern world. ... ...eal genius, while the peculiar temperament and susceptibility of the Spanish people were, doubtless, also a factor in its success. But, as already sta... ... would also seem that the climate and the warm, impressionable nature of the people, were not un- important factors in its success, since pastoral poe... ... ' for love of life made slavery appear sweet to the Turks/ who are promptly murdered by the Catalonians. This takes place on the very spot where a sh... ... herds, not the visionary creatures with which other pas- toral romances are peopled. 1 The following verses are from Eclogue V. : Yo, seluas, cantare... ...e country, the paths of any pretension what- ever were closely barred, which abroad I had found wide open." It was while in Valladolid, probably in Ma...

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Myrna Mack

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...h; 11 September 1990) was a Guatemala n anthropologist . In 1990 she was murdered by a military death squad because of her criticism of the Guatemal... ... treatment of the indigenous Maya, and its human rights abuses against the people. Due to her sister's pursuit of justice, Mack's killer was convicte... ...a younger sister Helen. After attending local schools, the elder Mack went abroad for college. She studied anthropology in the United Kingdom, at b... ...of a human rights activist. As she was working closely with the indigenous peoples, she learned about the attacks made against them by government forc... ...k in defending human rights. * Helen Mack Chang Fundación Myrna Mack (Spanish) "Myrna Mack" (Human Rights Defenders), Human Rights First Mack v...

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French and Spanish Painters

By: Stothert, J

...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: FRENCH AND SPANISH PAINTERS Author: JAMES STOTHERT Language: English Subject: Fict... ...... ...ctures, A Critical and Biographical Account of the Artists OF the French and Spanish Schools JAMES STOTHERT. PHILADELPBIA : n GEBBIE AND BARRIE, Impor... ...good sir; with your leave, it may be possible to show that a great many more people than you think for are gifted by nature with a capacity for derivi... ... Art-influence is the undefined but often acute pleasure felt by very simple people in contemplating a beau- a ii INTRODUCTION. tiful landscape, or a... ... hill, A secret sweetness in the stream " — beyond anything that met his eye abroad ; but even what he thus admires will commend itself to his judgmen... ...e dying saint, surrounded by his attendants, and in presence of his mourning people, yields up his life, as Heaven is opening above and disclosing the... ...d, 1644, to disturb the quiet tenor of the artist's life. His wife was found murdered in bed, and her husband was accused of the crime. Whether the ac... ...rupulous fidelity to history, forcibly arrested attention. The duke had been murdered by order of Henry III. of France, who fears even his dead enemy,...

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Kiki Camarena

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... Nickname(s) "Kike" (Spanish),[1] "Kiki" (English)[2] ... ...stration (DEA) who was abducted on February 7, 1985, and then tortured and murdered, while on assignment in Mexico. Camarena's nickname in Spanish was... ...rtured and murdered, while on assignment in Mexico. Camarena's nickname in Spanish was "Kike"[1] and "Kiki"[2] in English. ... ...rdo. Camarena was tortured at Gallardo's ranch over a 30-hour period, then murdered. His skull, jaw, nose, cheekbones and windpipe were crushed, his r... ... DEA agent Enrique ‘Kiki’ Camarena," say witnesses""". El País (Spain) (in Spanish). 15 October 2013. Retrieved 21 October 2013.  ... ... Drug Enforcement Administration agents People from Mexicali Mexican emigrants to the United ... ... Mexican emigrants to the United States People murdered by Mexican drug cartels People murder... ... Mexican emigrants to the United States People murdered by Mexican drug cartels People murdered in M... ... American torture victims American people murdered abroad Mexican Drug War ...

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The Spanish Ballads

By: Lockhart, John Gibson, 1794-1854; Southey, Robert, 1774-1843

... I LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. Class ^ W-fi THE SPANISH BALLADS AND THE CHRONICLE OF THE CID. THE "CHANDOS CLASSICS. 1... ...NISH BALLADS AND THE CHRONICLE OF THE CID. THE "CHANDOS CLASSICS. 1 ' THE SPANISH BALLADS. TRANSLATED BY J. G. LOCK HART, LL.B. AND THE CHRONICLE O... ... CO. Z/xz-7 PRESERVATION COPY ADDED PREFACE. LOCKHART'S translations ofthe Spanish Ballads appeared originally in BlackwoocVs Magazine, and were pub... ... Moors and their Spanish subjects from ever being completely melted into one people, yet it appears that nothing could, on the whole, be more mild tha... ...pirit of kindliness and charity among the more cultivated portions of either people. The in- tellect of the Christian Spaniards could not be ungratefu... ...external events are sometimes not the surest guides to the spirit whether of peoples or of ages, and the ancient popular poetry of Spain may be referr... ...ALL in the centre of the choir Bernardo's knees are bent, Before him for his murdered sire yawns the old monument 30 THE FUNERAL OF THE COUNT OF 8ALD... ...85 and for romance. He had caused his innocent wife to be as- sassinated had murdered three of his brothers, and com- mitted numberless cruelties upon... ...ut none to help is near, " God look in vengeance on thoir deed, my lord lies murdered here !" 92 THE PEOCLAMATION OF KING HENRY. XXI. Away she flings...

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Timeline of Cuban history

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... 1510 Spanish set out from Hispaniola. The conquest of Cuba begins. ... ... The first governor of Cuba, the Spanish conquistador Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar leads a group of settlers i... ... 1542 Spanish crown abandons the encomienda colonial land settlement system. ... ... Julio Antonio Mella a founder of the Stalinist Communist Party in Cuba is murdered in Mexico. Details are murky; Gerardo Machado agents blamed by som... ...nts, force Army Officers out of Hotel Nacional in heavy fighting. Some are murdered after surrender. 9 ... ...y are defeated by Batista loyalists in bloody battle and Blas Hernández is murdered on surrender. 1934 ... ..... an action like that... could lead to very serious consequences for many people." 31 August ... ... may depart by boat from Mariel port, prompting an exodus of up to 125,000 people to the U.S. 7 June ... ...onal Reform Law allowing for direct elections to the assembly by the Cuban people every five years.[3] ...

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Ancient Spanish Ballads : Historical and Romantic

By: Lockhart, John Gibson, 1794-1854

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: ANCIENT SPANISH BALLADS Author: J. G. LOCKHART Language: English Subject: Fictio... ...NT TO THE AMERICAN EDITION. IN reproducing the English version ofthe ANCIENT SPANISH BALLADS, it may be proper to observe that the late London edition... ...ted, have here combined to enhance the previous attraction of Mr. Lockhart's Spanish Ballads. A more appropriately as well as beautifully embellished ... ...tification, evinces and sustains an improved tone of public taste. Happy the people which has a love for its national ballads inexhaustible springs of... ...tism saw and seized the moment, so advan- tageous to itself ; and whilst the people of Spain were giving loose to the disarmed intoxication of success... ...unded Cadiz 350 years before Rome.f These exporters of letters were the only people with whom the Jews never quarrelled, because the granaries of Tyre... ...se of Cadwallader and his goats. It is a lament over Lelo, a Biscayan chief, murdered on his return from the wars, by his wife, who had formed a conne... ...ly prison, sighing like Mary Stuart for her lost, her much loved France, and murdered by her wayward husband, Don Pedro then comes his hour of retribu... ...LL in the centre of the choir Bernardo's knees are bent, Before him, for his murdered sire, yawns the old monument. His kinsmen of the Carpio blood ar...

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Diego León Montoya Sánchez

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New Spanish and English dictionary : in two parts : I. Spanish and English - II. English and Spanish

By: Meadows, F. C

... -f- ^ "^^ ^^H^'- \/¿^'¿Á.L , ^ yíúí^ í^2-».*/-4^ ^'A-i I .-V',//) J-/-^' SPANISH AND ENGLISH DICTIONARY. SPANISH AND ENGLISH DICTIONAHY, lEn ^i... ...ND ENGLISH DICTIONARY. SPANISH AND ENGLISH DICTIONAHY, lEn ^iuo ^arts: I. SPANISH AND ENGLISH—II. ENGLISH AND SPANISH. THE FIRST PART E SPANISH WOE... ...2 essential to complete every Dictionary, is yet omitted in the English and Spanish side of those in present use. AU references to other words of a s... ...confront; reproachwith Afuer, adv. upon the word of a gentleman Afuera, adv. abroad; out of the house; moreover Afuera afuera, out of the way; clear t... ...nd ; exhaust ár la paciencia, to tire one's patience e, sm. name ofa race of people in Navarre ..,._céjo, sm. olive falling ofT before it is ripe Agra... ..., (ni por)ad. not in the least; by nomeans Asonada, sf. tumultuous crow d of people Asonadia, s. tumultuous crowd of hostile people Asonancia, sf. ass... ...d of Mexico; gentle breeze (poet.) Aurapopular, s. popularity; regard of the people A'ureo, t. ancient goldcoin ; weight of 4 scruples Auricula, sf. a... ...rs Bogar a quartéles, to row by divisions (naut.) Bogar á barlovento, to row abroad (naut.) Bogar á -otavento, to row to leeward (naut.) Bogavante, sm... ... occiput Occisión, if. murder; killing; slaughter; occisión Occiso, -a, adj. murdered; killed; slaughtered Océano, it/i. ocean; main; immense expanse ...

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Anastasio Somoza Debayle

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... Anastasio ("Tachito") Somoza DeBayle (Spanish pronunciation: ) (5 December 1925  – 17 September 1980) w... ... Name As is customary in most Spanish-speaking countries, he was given both his father's and mother's las... ...ly years Anastasio Somoza DeBayle, nicknamed "Tachito" (Spanish: Little Tacho) by his father, was the third child of Anastasio Somo... ...e fathered a daughter, Patricia, who was later sent to a series of schools abroad.[3] Also after his return, he was appointed chief of staff of the Na... ...2, an earthquake struck the nation's capital, Managua, killing about 5,000 people and virtually destroying the city. Martial law was declared, making ... ... Somoza also allegedly was selling Nicaraguan blood plasma abroad, at the time of the earthquake, when medical supplies, including blo... ... Murder in 1980 Somoza family People from León, Nicaragua Saint Leo College Prepara... ...y alumni Memoirists Nicaraguan people murdered abroad People murdered in Paraguay ... ...i Memoirists Nicaraguan people murdered abroad People murdered in Paraguay ...

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A Spanish Reader for Beginners

By: De Vitis, Michael Angelo, 1890

... GIFT OF Richard P. Minor CORDOVA THE MOSQUE. SPANISH READER FOR BEGINNERS BY M. A. DEVITIS If ALLYN AND BACON COPYR... ...R ESTE LIBRO, A NO COMETER SU AUTOR PECADO DE INGRATITUD 938635 PREFACE THE Spanish Reader aims to do four things : to furnish inter- esting, pract... ...toms of Spain; to teach the geography, history, and literature of Spain and of Spanish America ; and to equip the pupil with the linguistic accoutreme... ...chool. 2. The stories treat of the fascinating life and customs of the Spanish people, unknown to many who follow only the more frequented paths of Eu... ...r. NOTES PAGE 1, Explanation, norteamericano, American. The Spanish- speaking people designate the natives of the United States as norte- americanos ... ...into an older world, Seville is commercially alive, and it is a city where the people are happy without half trying." PAGE 23, line 13. no obstante de... ...ve every day. extenso, -a, extensive, exterior, m., exterior; outside; en el , abroad, exterior, foreign, extincion, /., extinction, extracto, m., ext... ...im in a dungeon of Cordova, and the seven boys were betrayed into a ravine and murdered. Rodrigo was later slain by Mudarra, a half brother of the inf... ...n his adventures. Almagro was defeated and executed, but in 1541 his followers murdered Pizarro. placido, -a, placid. planta, /., plant ; sole (of foo...

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Dagobert Biermann

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...d power, Biermann went underground[4] and published the Hamburger Volkszeitung ("Hamburg Peoples' Newspaper"). He and his group were discovered and Bi... ...tever evidence they could of the shipment bound for Spain. Michaelis had contacts living abroad, in exile, who could help spread the word. One example... ... the same time, leaflets and graffiti calling for solidarity with the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War began to appear at the harbor. A Gestapo sp... ...itical prisoners and Biermann was deported to Auschwitz concentration camp, where he was murdered on 22 February, 1943.[8][9][10][11] ... ...xternal links Executed Widerstand communists People from Hamburg Resistance members ... ... German civilians killed in World War II German people who died in Auschwitz concentration camp ...

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The Spanish Pioneers

By: Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928

... APOSTLE OF CALIFORNIA, FOUNDER OF ITS MISSIONS (1769-1782) FRANCISCO PIZARRO. THE SPANISH PIONEERS BY CHARLES F. LUMMIS AUTHOR OF "A NEW MEXICO D... ...20 COFYXIGHT Bv CHARLES F. LUMMU A.D. l8gj W. t, HALL MUNTIN8 OOMMNY, CHICAflO " The Spanish Pioneers ' is the work of Charles F. Lummis, a Puritan ... ...e tribute from an upstanding, thor- ough-going man to a class of remarkable and heroic people to whom scant justice has been done in the past. How muc... ...s much as I do, that this book has been written. That we have not given justice to the Spanish Pioneers is simply because we have been misled. They ma... ...med was such a frightful desert as no human conquest ever overran before or since, and peopled by a host of savage tribes to some ofwhom the petty war... ...sh colony (in Bolivia) as many were slain by the savages in one massacre as there were people in New York city when the war of the Revolution began ! ... ...d to give up his life as soon as his countrymen should be gone ; and so it was. He was murdered by the Indians about the 25th of November, 1542. The l... ...m sincerely, all save the wizards, who hated him for his influence ; and these finally murdered him, and ate the sheep. Fray Juan de Padilla, the youn... ...ptain-general, and that one was the forgotten hero Vicente de Zaldivar, brother of the murdered Juan. He was sargenfo-mayor 1 of the little army ; and...

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Lupao, Nueva Ecija

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..., Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it had a population of 40,931 people.[3] The town is derived from the Ilocano word lu... ... History During the Spanish rule, the territorial jurisdiction of the province of Nueva Ecija e... ...he eventual creation as “pueblo” of the province of Nueva Ecija. Under the Spanish rule, a pueblo is created through the Laws of the Indies and repres... .... Among the first leaders of the municipality during the twilight years of Spanish Rule were Benito Romualdo as “Capitan Municipal” and Celestino Jaba... ...ao Massacre During a military operation against the New People's Army on February 10, 1987, seventeen civilians, including an elder... ...7, seventeen civilians, including an elderly couple and six children, were murdered by the Alpha Company, 14th Infantry (Avengers) Battalion, of the P... ...14th Infantry gathered up unarmed civilians hiding in the rice paddies and murdered them with gunfire and bayonets, leaving 17 dead and 8 wounded, cla... ... in origin, According to the 2007 census, Lupao had a population of 36,832 people, 80% Ilocano and 20% Tagalogs, Kapampangans and Pangasinans. The wor... ..., the younger population would leave home to find work in major cities and abroad. Local Delicacies Due to its ...

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