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This colossal ass and a Spanish infante were worthy of each other.Gatherings From Spain|Richard Ford
This friar told it in confession to his superior, and the superior to the infante don Manuel, who loves thee like his own soul.
The Infante Alfonso replied that if a single brick was displaced, the whole population would be put to the sword.Southern Spain|A.F. Calvert
The helmet is a celada de infante, and has a visor with wide gratings fastening over the beavor.Spanish Arms and Armour|Albert F. Calvert
His wife and her sister, the princess of Beira, widow of his first cousin the infante Pedro, were less scrupulous.