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Portuguese
   is an official language of   
Angola
Portuguese
   is an official language of   
Brazil
Portuguese
   is an official language of   
Cape Verde
Portuguese
   is an official language of   
East Timor
Portuguese
   is an official language of   
Guinea-Bissau
Portuguese
   is an official language of   
Macau
Portuguese
   is an official language of   
Mozambique
Portuguese
   is an official language of   
Portugal
Portuguese
   is an official language of   
São Tomé and Príncipe
Portuguese
   for "I Love You" is   
Eu Te Amo
036
   refers to   
General Encyclopedic Works in Spanish & Portuguese
056
   refers to   
General Serials & Their Indexes In Spanish & Portuguese
086
   refers to   
General Collections In Spanish & Portuguese
860
   represents   
Spanish & Portuguese Literatures
869
   represents   
Portuguese
Madeira
   is described as   
A Fortified Portuguese Wine, Similar to a Sherry in Flavor
Port
   is described as   
Portuguese Blended Dessert Wine
A Portuguese Water Dog
   is classed as a   
Working
1983--Renascenca do Al-Gharb
Dias, Magellan, Prince Henry the Navigator
   are all   
Portuguese Explorers
Madeira, Azores, Porto Santo
   are all   
Portuguese Islands
Zezere, Tagus, Guadiana
   are all   
Portuguese Rivers
Morocco
   is the site of   
Portuguese City of Mazagan (El Jadida)
Sagres, Super Bock, Coral
   are all   
Portuguese Beers
Portuguese €2
   has   
Castles and Coats of Arms
Are incorporated in the midst of the European stars symbolising "dialogue ... the exchange of values and the dynamics of the building of Europe". In the centre is a Royal Seal of 1144.
Portuguese €1
   has   
Castles and Coats of Arms
Are incorporated in the midst of the European stars symbolising "dialogue ... the exchange of values and the dynamics of the building of Europe". In the centre is a Royal Seal of 1144.
Portuguese 50c
   has   
A Royal Seal Dating from 1142 AD
Portuguese 20c
   has   
A Royal Seal Dating from 1142 AD
Portuguese 10c
   has   
A Royal Seal Dating from 1142 AD
Portuguese 5c
   has   
The First Royal Seal from 1134
Portuguese 2c
   has   
The First Royal Seal from 1134
Portuguese 1c
   has   
The First Royal Seal from 1134
Reserva
   is described as   
Spanish and Portuguese Term for a Reserve Wine.
Vinho
   is described as   
Portuguese for Wine.
A Portuguese Water Dog
   is classed as   
Working
Portuguese
   for 'thank you ' is   
Obrigado
Spoken by a male
Portuguese
   for "My name is":   
Chamo-me _____
Portugal
1861
   was the first publication of   
The Portuguese Duck
460
   is the sub-category for   
Spanish & Portuguese Languages
860
   is the sub-category for   
Spanish & Portuguese Literatures
Portuguese Communist Party
   is associated with the colour(s)   
Red
East Timor
   was formerly known as   
Portuguese Timor
Until 1975. Portuguese Timor was the name of East Timor when it was under Portuguese control. During this period, Portugal shared the island of Timor with the Netherlands East Indies, and later with Indonesia. Since independence in 2002 also known as Timor-Leste
Guinea-Bissau
   was formerly known as   
Portuguese Guinea
Portuguese Guinea (also Guinea or the Overseas Province of Guinea) was the name for what is today Guinea-Bissau from 1446 to September 10, 1974.
Louis Moreau Gottschalk
   composed   
Variations on the Portuguese National Hymn
For piano and orchestra
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
   wrote   
Sonnets from the Portuguese






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