Proceres


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PROCERES. The name by which the chief magistrates in cities were formerly known. St. Armand, Hist. Eq. 88.

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Por eso, he preferido concentrarme aqui en Adios a los proceres (2010).
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En 2005, el Vicepresidente de la Academia Colombiana de Historia, Antonio Cacua Prada, al referirse al bicentenario de la Independencia se expreso a favor del regreso de la historia patria, la creencia en el dios catolico, la lengua de los conquistadores de Castilla y Aragon y la ensenanza de la vida de los principales heroes y proceres de nuestra nacionalidad (2).
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He later went to Basel, where he wrote a burning appeal to the English nobility to restrain the queen from persecuting Protestants: Ad inclytos ac praepotentes Angliae proceres (1557; "To the Renowned and Powerful Nobles of England").