Pizarro

(from the article `Kotzebue, August von`) ...in England (1790; The Indian Exiles)—were written while he lived there. His Spanier in Peru (1796) was adapted by the English playwright Richard ... ...of acting managers took over the burden of direction his time was increasingly given to politics. His only full-length later play was th...
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Pizarro

Francisco Pizarro noun Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incas in what is now Peru and founded the city of Lima (1475-1541)
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Pizarro

[brigantine] Pizarro was a brigantine in service of the Chilean Ministry of the Interior between 1858 and 1859. While in Valparaíso the original private owners of Pizarro thought the ship was in such bad state it would not be able to return to Europe. Therefore they allowed the captain to sell it at low price to the Ministry of the Interio...
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Pizarro

MICV based on the Ascod series [ES]
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Pizarro

[n] - Spanish explorer who conquered the Inca Empire in Peru and founded Lima (1475-1541)
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