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How To Use the Indies In A Sentence

  • But this is a trivial matter compared with the importance of these letters, in a consideration of the effect they produced upon the mind of Columbus, for, if they did not suggest to him the idea of voyaging westerly to discover the Indies, they certainly confirmed him in the opinion that such a voyage could be successfully made. Amerigo Vespucci
  • The truth is that this ban hurts many studios films’ Oscar hopes far more than it hurts the indies.
  • In all the cities that the Portugales haue in the Indies, there is a house called the schoole of Sancta misericordia comissaria: the gouernours whereof, if you giue them for their paines, will take a coppy of your will and Testament, which you must alwayes cary about you; and chiefly when you go into the Indies. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • This wine is very much esteemed in the Indies, and for that it is brought so farre off, it is very deare: in Pegu ordinarily it it good cheape, because it is neerer to the place where they make it, and there is euery yeere great quantitie made thereof. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • Chapter three represents the author's gleanings from the aforementioned 175 peninsular cases the author found mainly in the Sevillian Archive of the Indies.
  • I guess that in the argument between the indies and the majors, the majors are after a quick buck.
  • The indies continue to thrive against the odds and, more importantly, they have the vision, the music and the passion to make you a believer in the future of our business.
  • It was abundantly clear that maritime European powers now had good reason to look for a direct sea passage to the Indies.
  • He went to sea as a youth and so distinguished himself that by the time he was 35 he held the captain generalcy of the Indies fleet, which convoyed treasure ships from the New World to Spain.
  • More often, it provided a rumbling backdrop to the growing competition for empire in the new world and the Indies. Times, Sunday Times
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