Pedro

(1429-1466) Portuguese noble, constable of Portugal from 1443. His father Pedro, Duke of Coimbra, acting as regent for Afonso V, furthered his own political interests by appointing...
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Pedro

• (n.) A variety of auction pitch in which the five of trumps counts five. • (n.) The five of trumps in certain varieties of auction pitch.
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Pedro

[Boys` Life] Pedro is a fictional burro created as a mascot for Boys Life magazine in the 1970s. In every issue since 1989, Boys` Life included a column `written` by Pedro that later evolved into a blog. Scouts could write a letter addressed to Pedro, and mail it to Irving, Texas, where the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and Boy`s Life magazin...
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Pedro

[card game] Pedro (pronounced `peedro`) is an American trick-taking card game of the All Fours family based on Auction Pitch. Its most popular variant is known as Cinch, Double Pedro or High Five. Developed in Denver, Colorado in the 1880s, it was soon regarded as the most important member of the All Fours family. Although it went out of fa...
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Pedro

[grape] Pedro is a synonym for several wine grape varieties including: ...
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Pedro

[video game] Pedro is a computer game developed by Frank Johnson, Aidan Rajswing, Andrew Impson, Brian Carpenter and Steve Cain for the ZX Spectrum and released by Imagine Software in 1984. The game is an early example of the use of oblique projection graphics to give the impression of three dimensions.{Fact|date=January 2009} ==Gameplay== ...
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Pedro

Pe'dro noun [ From Spanish Pedro Peter, Latin Petrus , Greek ....] (Card Playing) (a) The five of trumps in certain varieties of auction pitch. (b) A variety of auction pitch in which the five of trumps counts five.
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Pedro

Pedro (pronounced 'peedro') is a card game that was developed in the United States in the nineteenth century as a variation of Pitch. The Pedro is the trump 5, which is worth five points. Pedro was extremely widely played in the US at the end of the nineteenth century, but during the twentieth century it has gradually declined in popularity.
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Pedro

Pedro is a Portuguese name for boys. The meaning is `the rock, the stone` The name Pedro is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Petre, Petr, Peder See also: Pedr, Petro, Per, Pyotr, Petya, Petru, Piotr, Boutros, Petras, Piero, Pietro, Peadar, P?r, P?r, Peti, Pierre, Pekka, Petteri, Petri, Pietari, Pete, Pieter, Piet, Peder, ...
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Pedro

Pedro is American slang for a Spanish-speaking person.
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PEDro

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