Carlos

A Muscadine hybrid using native American species grape grown primarily in N. Carolina and Mississipi. Related to the Scuppernong grape.
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Carlos

Carlos, 1545–68, prince of the Asturias, son of Philip II of Spain and Maria of Portugal. Don Carlos, who seems to have been mentally unbalanced and subject to fits of homicidal mania, was imprisoned by his father in 1568. When he died shortly afterward, it was rumored (falsely) that Philip ha...
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Carlos

Carlos (Carlos María Isidro de Borbón), 1788–1855, second son of Charles IV of Spain. He was the first Carlist pretender. After his father's abdication (1808) he was, with the rest of his family, held a prisoner in France until 1814. A conservative and a devout Catholic, he was sup...
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Carlos

Carlos is a Portuguese name for boys. The meaning is `free man` The name Carlos is most commonly given to American boys. Use for the other sex: Carla What do they use in other countries? Charlsey The name sounds like: Karlos, Carlson, Carolus See also: Carl, Siarl, Carlitos, Carlito, Tearlach, S?las, Karl, Kari, Kaarle, Kaarlo, Chip, Chaz, Chuck, K...
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Carlos

The white grape variety comes from the American species Muscadinia Vitis rotundifolia from. She was allegedly found in North Carolina and cultivated. Mainly it is widespread in the southeastern U.S. in the states of Arkansas, Mississippi, North Carolina and Florida. Derived from the highly productive and drought-resistant species mainly bronze-colo...
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