Ernesto (ˈɜːnɛstaʊ). born 1925, Nicaraguan poet, revolutionary, and Roman Catholic priest; an influential figure in the Sandinista movement.
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Digo la missa el cardenal Tarragona, asistiendo las honras 21 cardenales idemas de los obispos y arzobispos.
History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain. William H. Prescott


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