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Braga

[ brah-guh ]

noun

  1. a city in N Portugal: an ecclesiastical center.


Braga

/ ˈbrɑːɡə /

noun

  1. a city in N Portugal: capital of the Roman province of Lusitania; 12th-century cathedral, seat of the Primate of Portugal. Pop: 164 193 (2001) Ancient nameBracara Augusta


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A 45-minute visit to the makeup mirror was recently clocked by Giglianne Braga, the model.

Braga and the police are pulling to the ship and may search it; if so, it will take half an hour to get here.

Braga and the police followed, casually glanced at us two, and were gone.

Braga will be supplied in unlimited quantities, and more than once vodka will be handed round.

On the 26th, six days after the battle of Braga, Franceschi's cavalry were seen approaching the position in front of Oporto.

I have been hearing about it from my friends, who were a couple of days there before the force marched to Braga.

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