- Pe·dro Ál·va·res [pe-droo awl-vuh-ruh sh] /ˈpɛ drʊ ˈɔl və rəʃ/, c1460–c1520, Portuguese navigator.
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J. Crew, where Cabral has worked for three years, straddles the worlds of fashion and familiarity.
Indeed, in a dispassionate assessment of his professional talents, Cabral lists: “The cheekbones, the smile.”
Cabral was born in Portugal and has been modeling for more than 10 years.
Later, Cabral broke another barrier by coming out as a sex worker.Spitzer's Madam Runs for Governor
March 2, 2010
This was in 1540, many years, as you see, after Pinzon and Cabral had anchored at the mouth.Discoverers and Explorers
Edward R. Shaw
A few of them had seen the vessels of Americus Vespucius and Cabral.Martin Rattler
In 1500 Diaz had command of a vessel in the expedition of Cabral which discovered Brazil.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
This worthy is supposed to have formed one of Cabral's expedition.
Cabral appears to have steered so boldly into the west that he fell in with the coast of Brazil.
- Pedro Álvarez (ˈpɛːdru ˈɑlvərəʃ). ?1460–?1526, Portuguese navigator: discovered and took possession of Brazil for Portugal in 1500.
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