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Portal:Nicaragua
Class I - Texts by Country Subclass N - Nations Nicaragua Class IN Main/Index sister projects: Wikipedia article, Commons gallery, Commons category, quotes
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The New Student's Reference Work/Nicaragua
New Student's Reference Work (1914) Nicaragua 85308The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — NicaraguaNicaragua (nē′ kȧ-rä′ gwȧ), a Central American
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The New Student's Reference Work/Nicaragua Canal
Student's Reference Work (1914) Nicaragua Canal 85303The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Nicaragua Canal Nicaragua Canal.  The plan to cut a ship-canal
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The World Factbook (1982)/Nicaragua
The World Factbook (1982) by the Central Intelligence Agency Nicaragua 2013488The World Factbook (1982) — Nicaraguaby the Central Intelligence Agency
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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Republic and Diocese of Nicaragua
and Diocese of Nicaragua by Ewan Macpherson 104475Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11 — Republic and Diocese of Nicaragua (DE NICARAGUA) The diocese, suffragan
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Leon (Nicaragua)
16 Leon (Nicaragua) 34037091911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 16 — Leon (Nicaragua) ​LEON, the capital of the department of Leon, Nicaragua, an episcopal
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Granada (Nicaragua)
Granada (Nicaragua) 26852161911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Granada (Nicaragua) ​GRANADA, the capital of the department of Granada, Nicaragua; 32
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The World Factbook (1990)/Nicaragua
Intelligence Agency Nicaragua 2178048The World Factbook (1990) — NicaraguaUnited States Central Intelligence Agency   ​Nicaragua  See regional map III
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Popular Science Monthly/Volume 45/June 1894/Nicaragua and the Mosquito Coast
1894  (1894)  Nicaragua and the Mosquito Coast by Robert N. Keely, Jr. 1221325Popular Science Monthly Volume 45 June 1894 — Nicaragua and the Mosquito
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Nicaraguan Biographies/Introduction
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs Introduction, Methodology, and Summary 366216Nicaraguan Biographies
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Nicaraguan Biographies/Activists
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs The Nicaraguan Resistance: Activists 358397Nicaraguan Biographies
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Nicaraguan Biographies/Friends
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs The Sandinista Regime: Friends 366816Nicaraguan Biographies — The
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Nicaraguan Biographies/Leaders
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs The Nicaraguan Resistance: Leaders 349728Nicaraguan Biographies —
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Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition/Greytown (redirect from Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition/San Juan de Nicaragua)
of Nicaragua, worthy of note as the only port of the republic on the coast of the Atlantic and as the eastern terminus proposed for the Nicaraguan iriter-oceanic
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Nicaraguan Biographies/The Society
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs The Society: Human Rights 366214Nicaraguan Biographies — The Society:
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Nicaraguan Biographies/Religion and Culture
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs The Society: Religion and Culture 362582Nicaraguan Biographies — The
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Nicaraguan Biographies/Glossary
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs Appendices: Glossary 354094Nicaraguan Biographies — Appendices: GlossaryUnited
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Nicaraguan Biographies/Business and Labor
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs The Society: Business and Labor 362573Nicaraguan Biographies — The
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Nicaraguan Biographies/The Sandinista Regime
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs The Sandinista Regime: Heroes 366414Nicaraguan Biographies — The Sandinista
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Nicaragua's Independence Day
Nicaragua's Independence Day  (2017)  by Rex Wayne Tillerson 2369034Nicaragua's Independence Day2017Rex Wayne Tillerson The Government of the United States
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