Patria

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PATRIA. The country; the men of the neighborhood competent to serve on a jury; a jury. This word is nearly synonymous with pais. (.q.v.)

References in classic literature ?
I was wondering whether that particular rocky strip of New England coast about which he had so often told me was Cleric's patria.
Sospite nunc patria, fracto nunc funeris antro, Mors ubi dira fuit vita salusque patent.
Patrias current sales strategy for the NEMO involves offering the mortar turret for use on a platform specified by the customer, including tracked and wheeled vehicles.
Tressa Patrias, senior meeting manager for the MBAA, said the organization's decision to select Jacksonville was based on the strength of the local brewing community and the city itself.
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Carmela Patrias, Jobs and Justice: Fighting Discrimination in Wartime Canada, 1939-1945 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press 2012)
Lo que se denomina "patria gran" no es otra cosa que el Estado compuesto de varias agrupaciones sociales que tienen la condicion de patrias verdaderas.
Starting with the inaugural Fiestas Patrias at the South Point Arena, Don Bull Productions will present bloodless bullfights, offering spectators the opportunity to witness the best bullfighters or "toreros" around the globe performing their mastery in the entertainment capital of the world.
El festival de Fiestas Patrias de Eugene celebra el d'a de independencia Mexicana.
Special events also draw in community residents, including a celebration of the life of Pio Pico called Coming Home to Pio Pico, held in early May, and Fiestas Patrias, a Mexican Independence Day event in September.
Together they projected an ambitious artistic project tentatively titled Los padres de las patrias (The Fathers of the Nations).
3 FM, television station, KRCA Channel 62 along with Del Rey Entertainment present the star-studded FIESTAS PATRIAS MILLER LITE festival to celebrate Mexican Independence day on September 17th, 2006 from 11 a.