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Duarte

(dwär`tə), 1391–1438, king of Portugal (1433–38), eldest of the five sons of John I. He was a "philosopher-king," notable for his legal reforms and as the author of O leal conselheiro [the loyal counselor]. Much concerned with exploration, he spurred on his brother Prince Henry the NavigatorHenry the Navigator,
1394–1460, prince of Portugal, patron of exploration. Because he fought with extraordinary valor in the Portuguese conquest of Ceuta (1415), he was created duke of Viseu by his father, John I, king of Portugal.
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 with encouragement and financial aid. The disastrous defeat (1437) of Henry's expedition against Tangier was the major event of Duarte's reign.

Duarte

(dwär`tē, dəwär`–), city (1990 pop. 20,688), Los Angeles co., S Calif.; settled c.1841, inc. 1957. It is a growing residential city with light industry and warehousing. The City of Hope National Medical Center is in Duarte.
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Bogota--In the wake of the March 16, 2002, murder of Archbishop Isaias Duarte Cancino of Cali (see C.I., May 2002, p.25), violence and threats of violence against clergy and religious continue.
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Right now, in the City of Duarte, California, a group of volunteers are busy planning for the City's future.
Duarte was educated under the official program of assimilacao ("assimilation"), which after 1921 aimed for social and political equality for Africans in the Portuguese sphere of influence.
Clementina Duarte's jewels, inspired by Brazil's baroque and modern architecture and geometric or floral patterns, are outstanding in design, finish and quality, creating for the artist an unmistakable place in the realm of contemporary jewelry.