OTHER WORDS FROM NavarreNa·varr·i·an, adjective
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In Navarre, a Capuchin monk delivered a mass confession to a crowd of men standing in their own grave.My Father Fled Fascism in Spain—and Taught Me How Lies Can Destroy a Democracy|Sebastian Junger|May 19, 2021|Time
Pamplona is a vibrant modern city that takes care to preserve the traditions of Navarre culture and cuisine.
Creech owns four rental properties and manages 60 other vacation properties on Navarre Beach.
“For us, it is pretty far down on the list,” said x17 co-owner Brandy Navarre, of the action in Aspen.
Determined to show his intentions openly, he remained covered, while the king of Navarre stood before him bare-headed.
Parliament would not condemn the Guises, nor the king of Navarre, nor the Condes, nor my brother.
She even wrote to the French general on the Spanish frontier, inviting him to invade Navarre.Female Warriors, Vol. I (of 2)|Ellen C. Clayton
Young Gerson was sent to Paris to the famous college of Navarre when fourteen years of age.
When Navarre exclaimed: "Whoever touches my brother of Guise with the tip of his finger, touches my whole body!"History of the Rise of the Huguenots|Henry Baird