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Synonyms for Lusitanian

of or relating to or characteristic of Portugal or the people of Portugal or their language


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This challenge of reconciling the past and the future, as well as the potential for equivocation, was also summarized in the title of one report on the "Empire of Brazil, or New Lusitanian Empire" (emphasis is mine).
The Lusitanian church is small, its total membership less than half the number of the worshippers in Cape Town seven years ago, so our service, in a local gymnasium, was also relatively small.
Plesiochelyid material is very abundant and diverse in the Late Jurassic of the Lusitanian Basin, where other basal eucryptodiran taxa (i.
This coastal area has several sandy beaches and a nearly continuous shoreline of vertical cliffs and rock falls cut in Lower Cretaceous carbonate units of the Lusitanian Basin (Ramalho et al.
Third, they emphasize the diasporic nature of belonging--something characteristic of Goans who found themselves situated in many parts of the Lusitanian world.
But since there is nothing more tedious than to have to listen to the labyrinthine genealogical connection of other people's families, suffice it to say that in the middle of the Portuguese crisis, the Lusitanian connection in Segovia was made even more blatant.
Two reference sections of the Lower-Middle Jurassic transition of the Lusitanian Basin have been analyzed in order to interpret past environments at regional level based on the recorded foraminiferal assemblages: the Maria Pares section, located at the northern sector of the basin, and the Zambujal de Alcaria section, located at the central part of the basin.
By using the verb 'aspergir' to describe the movement of the waves which lap at the Lusitanian coast, Oliveira Martins evokes connotations which suggest a sacred ritual, the making sacred of a destiny which predetermines the future of the earth and its peoples.
Pearson, Ashin Das Gupta, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, have already explored the nature of the responses by Asian traders operating in the old "world system" to the Portuguese commercial expansion and to futile Lusitanian attempts to establish a trade monopoly.
1): the Lusitanian Basin (Santarem and Setubal districts, Central Portugal) in Portugal, the Cantabrian Range (province of Asturias), the Iberian Range (provinces of Burgos, La Rioja, Soria, Teruel and Valencia) and the Pyrenees (province of Barcelona) in Spain.
25) Apart from these activities, he travelled throughout the length and breadth of Portuguese territory collecting samples of the country's vegetation for an herbarium of Lusitanian flora.
Going back to the definition of 'citizen', the closest the author takes the reader is in Chapter 5, where the first subheading announces 'Privileges for Lusitanian Citizens', but we find instead Muslim and Hindu 'half-citizens'.
Here we studied the Lower Jurassic organic-rich units deposited during the Late Sinemurian-Pliensbachian time interval, one of the main potential source rock intervals of the Lusitanian Basin (e.
28) Both the subtle, ambiguous discourse embodied in Os Lusiadas and the aesthetic elegance used by the poet help deliver the most representative image of the Lusitanian Kingdom.