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Díaz del Castillo

[ dee-ahththel kahs-tee-lyaw ]
/ ˈdi ɑθ ðɛl kɑsˈti lyɔ /
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noun
Ber·nal [ber-nahl], /bɛrˈnɑl/, 1492–1581, Spanish soldier-historian of the conquest of Mexico.
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