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The people of the kingdom—the Edo people—lived in a city and towns run by a centralized and sophisticated bureaucracy.How the language of the Edo people of Nigeria made its way into Portuguese creole|Uwagbale Edward-Ekpu|July 23, 2021|Quartz
I told Seiler that I certainly did remember Edo Vanni, an outfielder who passed through briefly as a Baron.The Great Paul Hemphill Celebrates the Long Gone Birmingham Barons|Paul Hemphill|March 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sushi began in the Edo era and is now enjoyed by many people around the world.
For the first time in two centuries and a half the power of the imperial court overshadowed that of the castle in Edo.
To Yoshimune's initiative belongs, also, the establishment of a fire-brigade in Edo.
Yooson coming from Edo and saw hym; delivered thordinance to hym which the Hollanders sent for a present.
Sangero Samma sent to borrow our foyfone to accompany the kyng on the way, whoe is thought will departe towardes Edo to morrow.
This day we mett the Dyres women going towardes Edo to fetch one of themperours doughters to be married to the Daire.