Navarrese


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Navarrese

[ˌnævəˈriːz]
A. ADJnavarro
B. N
1.navarro/a m/f
2. (Ling) → navarro m
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Joan tried to calm the Navarrese nobles down by saying that Elena would back off once she knew that the French army is coming to defend Navarre.
15 Newcastle He was a Navarrese Basque Roman Catholic missionary.
Contract award notice: Relocation of the school bus service to baunei and santa maria navarrese for primary school and primary school, According to the school schedule.
included Bizkaian seafarers; Navarrese traders and farmers who planted
Sarri<AEo>n highlights 150 years--1650 to 1800--which saw Spain transform from a territory dependent on its neighbors to a power in Europe in its own right, with a little bit of help from its friends--Catalan merchants, migrant French businessmen and Navarrese tradesmen, among others--while Britain and France vied for power in the peninsula.
This movement is particularly critical with the reform of the article 135 of the Spanish constitution approved in September 2011 by the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party with the support of the People's Party and the Navarrese People Union, a regionalist party.
Showing off my ignorance of taurine punctilio to a bullring full of prancing Navarrese," he wrote, "wasn't my idea of an agreeable afternoon" (155).
The nature of the document raises several questions about the internal squabbling of Navarrese and Aragonese ecclesiastics, but what it is particularly interesting for the study of the legatine activities of Cardinal Gregory is the power implied by the act itself.
They saw their alliance as an opportunity for vanquishing their respective adversaries, the Navarrese for Castile and the English for Bearnaise.
Monter calls this pattern the Navarrese solution--from the example set by Jeanne I of Navarre early in the fourteenth century--and the one which occurred most frequently thereafter.
The conference was organised by iSOCO within the framework of the Digital Response project promoted by the Navarrese Government and coordinated by the CEIN with the aim of favouring the incorporation of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the region's companies, improving the training of ICT professionals and boosting the competitiveness of the industry.
By the seventh or eighth century CE, no-one was speaking Classical Latin anymore, and its descendant Vulgar Latin was disintegrating into various Romance languages and dialects such as Leonese, Navarrese, Old Catalan, Old Castilian and Old Portuguese.