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Da Gama

(də ˈɡɑːmə)
(Biography) See Gama

da Ga•ma

(də ˈgæm ə, ˈgɑ mə)
Vasco, Gama, Vasco da.
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It coasted even the Island of Kiltan, a land originally coraline, discovered by Vasco da Gama in 1499, and one of the nineteen principal islands of the Laccadive Archipelago, situated between
Toward the end of the fifteenth century the Portuguese sailor, Vasco da Gama, finishing the work of Diaz, discovered the sea route to India around the Cape of Good Hope.
VASCO DA GAMA v CORINTHIANS Midnight By Steve Davies VASCO DA GAMA, tailed off earlier in the season, have four matches left to preserve their Serie A status - and the first of that quartet couldn't be much harder.
The 74-year-old, originally from Dundee, was found at the Capri Mews complex in the Marina Da Gama area of the city weeks before she was due to return home to visit family.
The former Parana, Vasco Da Gama and America player, who has overseas experience at South Korea's Suwon Bluewings and Iran's Tractor Sazi, replaces Argentinian forward German Herrara, who has joined Vasco Da Gama.
1969: Pele scored his 1,000th goal with a penalty for Santos against Vasco da Gama.
WISeKey SA said it has partnered with CR Vasco da Gama allowing another Brazilian football club to use WISeKey's online technology WISfans, thus enabling football players to stay connected with club fans on and off the field in fluid continuity.
The Last Crusade: The Epic Voyages of Vasco da Gama.
The court heard how the former lecturer, 67, who also taught at Atlantic College in St Donats, had been celebrating twin children Graham and Martha Da Gama Howells' birthdays on the day he died.
The France star (above) has attracted interest from Vasco Da Gama and his former club Lyon - but may favour South America as his wife is Brazilian.
Nigel Cliff, a journalist and historian, writes essentially of the voyage of Vasco da Gama, who sailed for Portugal in 1497, rounded the Cape of Good Hope and crossed the Indian Ocean to open Asia once again to Christianity and European commerce.