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infante

(formerly) a son of a king of Spain or Portugal, esp one not heir to the throne
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This appointment of Infante is the result of a nomination by Legatum Capital and increases the number of directors on Sonus' board to nine members.
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Infante is a Spanish title given to the children of nobility and is not always synonymous with prince.