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Barros

[ bahr-roosh ]
/ ˈbɑr rʊʃ /
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noun

João de [zhwoun duh], /ʒwãʊ̃ də/, "the Portuguese Livy", 1496–1570, Portuguese historian.

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Barros
/ (Portuguese ˈbɑːrruʃ) /

noun

João de (ʒu[~ə]u ˈdəː). 1496–1570, Portuguese historian: noted for his history of the Portuguese in the East Indies, Décadas da Ásia (1552–1615)
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