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[ah-gee-nahl-daw] /ˌɑ giˈnɑl dɔ/
[e-mee-lyaw] /ɛˈmi lyɔ/ (Show IPA),
1869–1964, Filipino leader during the Spanish-American war: opposed to U.S. occupation. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • emilio aguinaldo was born in 1870, of Chinese and Tagalog parentage.

  • emilio aguinaldo is one of the most conspicuous of the Chinese mestizos.

    Applied Eugenics Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
  • Long ago Malolas had been taken, and the armies of emilio aguinaldo were giving back.

    The Code of the Mountains Charles Neville Buck
  • There was considerable stir when emilio aguinaldo entered the hall and was ushered up to the receiving party.

    The Old World and Its Ways

    William Jennings Bryan
  • Here the insurgents received some organization under a young man, who had been prominent in the Katipunan—emilio aguinaldo.

    A History of the Philippines David P. Barrows
  • Bonifacioʼs followers were few, and, from this moment, emilio aguinaldo gradually rose from obscurity to prominence.

    The Philippine Islands John Foreman
  • emilio aguinaldo, therefore, sent Negritos to meet them on the way with a supply of rice.

    The Philippine Islands John Foreman
  • emilio aguinaldo, on his return to the Islands, had declared himself Dictator.

    The Philippine Islands John Foreman

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