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Narváez

[nahr-vah-eth, -vah-es]
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  1. Pán·fi·lo de [pahm-fee-law th e] /ˈpɑm fiˌlɔ ðɛ/, 1478?–1528, Spanish soldier and adventurer in America.
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Contemporary Examples

  • And more broadly— very broadly—Narvaez sees potential for changing the way we think about the future of civilization.

  • Breastfeeding: When possible, moms should breastfeed their infants—for a long time, says Narvaez.

    Parent Like a Caveman

    Danielle Friedman

    October 11, 2010

  • “Kids who have really responsive parents tend to be more agreeable, and they tend to develop a conscience earlier,” Narvaez says.

    Parent Like a Caveman

    Danielle Friedman

    October 11, 2010

  • These hormones help provide moms with the energy and instinct to nurture their children, says Narvaez.

    Parent Like a Caveman

    Danielle Friedman

    October 11, 2010

Historical Examples