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  • 81 Azalais de Porcairagues — (also Azalaïs ) or Alasais de Porcaragues was a trobairitz (woman troubadour), composing in Occitan in the late 12th century. The sole source for her life is her vida , which tells us that she came from the country round Montpellier; she was… …

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  • 82 List of Rebelde characters — This article contains a list of characters from the telenovela Rebelde. Rebelde is the Mexican version of the Argentine serie TV Rebelde Way (2002 and 2003), that features several different plot lines, many of which are put on hold for several… …

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  • 83 Código Postal — C0D160 P05TAL Directed by Benjamín Cann Juan Carlos de Llaca Written by Ximena Suárez Aída Guajardo Janely Lee Carlos Daniel González Jesús Calzada Gabriel Briceño Enna Márquez …

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  • 84 Raimbaut de Vaqueiras — NOTOC Raimbaut de Vaqueiras or Riambaut de Vaqueyras (floruit 1180 1207) was a Provençal troubadour and, later in his life, knight. His life was spent mainly in Italian courts [Amelia E. Van Vleck, The Lyric Texts p. 33, in Handbook of the… …

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  • 85 Guilhem de Saint-Leidier — or Guillem de Saint Deidier was a troubadour of the 12th century, composing in Occitan. He was lord of Saint Didier en Velay, was born at some date before 1150, and died between 1195 and 1200. He was said to have loved Belissende, sister of Dalfi …

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  • 86 Paco Catholic School — Infobox K 12 School name = motto = Noblesse Oblige “Nobility Obligates” established = 1912 chairman = Msgr. Gerardo O. Santos, Ed.D. director = Msgr. Domingo Cirilos Jr. city = City of Manila state = Metro Manila country = Philippines address =… …

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  • 87 Jofre de Foixà — or Jaufre de Foixa (died c. 1300) was a troubadour from Foixà in the Empordà, the second son of Bernard of Foixà. At a young age Jofre became a Franciscan and appears in that position when mentioned for the first time at Monzón in 1267. In 1275… …

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  • 88 Cerecinos de Campos — Cerecinos de Campos, Spain Flag …

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  • 89 Cerecinos del Carrizal — Cerecinos del Carrizal, Spain Flag Country …

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  • 90 Cernadilla — Cernadilla, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Cernadilla Area …

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  • 91 Cobreros — Cobreros, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Cobreros Area  …

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  • 92 Coomonte — Coomonte, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Coomonte Area  …

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  • 93 Coreses — Coreses, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Coreses Area   …

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  • 94 Cotanes del Monte — Cotanes del Monte, Spain Flag Country Spain …

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  • 95 Cubillos — Cubillos, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Cubillos Area  …

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  • 96 Cubo de Benavente — Cubo de Benavente, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Cubo de Benavente Area …

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  • 97 Cuelgamures — Cuelgamures, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Cuelgamures Area …

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  • 98 Granja de Moreruela — Granja de Moreruela, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Granja de Moreruela Area …

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  • 99 Madridanos — Madridanos, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile and León Province Zamora Municipality Madridanos Area …

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  • 100 Mahide — de Aliste, Spain Nickname(s): Mahide Coordinates: 41°52′15″N …

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