- Pán·fi·lo de [pahm-fee-law th e] /ˈpɑm fiˌlɔ ðɛ/, 1478?–1528, Spanish soldier and adventurer in America.
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And more broadly— very broadly—Narvaez sees potential for changing the way we think about the future of civilization.
Breastfeeding: When possible, moms should breastfeed their infants—for a long time, says Narvaez.
“Kids who have really responsive parents tend to be more agreeable, and they tend to develop a conscience earlier,” Narvaez says.
These hormones help provide moms with the energy and instinct to nurture their children, says Narvaez.
The brutal soldiery of Narvaez had taught them to hate the Spaniards.Ferdinand De Soto, The Discoverer of the Mississippi
John S. C. Abbott
Narvaez was loud in his threats of what he was going to do with Cortes and how he was going to do it.South American Fights and Fighters
Cyrus Townsend Brady
And this was the grand reception promised the retainers of Narvaez!
About eight hundred Spaniards, chiefly Narvaez men, defended the palace.
"Lady Staunton is a woman, and women are fickle," said Narvaez cruelly.A Son of Perdition