Alfonso

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Al•fon•so

(ælˈfɒn soʊ, -zoʊ)
n.
1. Alfonso I, (Alfonso Henriques) 1109?–85, first king of Portugal 1139–85.
2. Alfonso XIII, 1886–1941, king of Spain 1886–1930.
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Earn instruendam atque apparandam item curaverunt Ildephonsus Adeva, Franciscus Domingo, Radulfus Lanzetti et Marcellus Merino, Roma: Libreria Editrice Vaticana-Ediciones Universidad de Navarra, MCMLXXXIX, encuadernado en tela, LXXX + 1378 pags., 26 ilustraciones, 21x28 cm.
The non-Aboriginal children stayed in grander boarding facilities in Saint Ildephonsus' College for the boys and Saint Gertrude's College for the girls.
(102) It has been found in writings associated with Augustine, (103) Jerome, (104) and Ildephonsus of Toledo, (105) although all of these texts are now regarded as pseudonymous and probably of Carolingian origin.
Eam instruendam atque apparandam item curaverunt Ildephonsus ADEVA, Franciscus DOMINGO, Radulfus LANZETTI et Marcellus MERINO, Libreria Editrice Vaticana-Ediciones Universidad de Navarra, MCMLXXXIX Romae, LXXX + 1378 pp.