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- so-called port captaincies that are responsible for the civilian administration of maritime matters. In Austria, district captaincies (Bezirkshauptmannschaften)...
- The Captaincies of Brazil (Portuguese: Capitanias do Brasil) were captaincies of the Portuguese Empire, administrative divisions and hereditary fiefs...
- presupposed in principle. Captain-major Captain general Captaincy Captaincies of the Spanish Empire Captaincies of the Portuguese Empire Captaincies of Brazil...
- lines. Each of the holders of these captaincies was referred to as a captain donatary (capitão donatário). The captaincies were to be inherited by the holders'...
- most captaincies of his country, with 90. Bobby Moore, who remains the only England captain to have lifted the World Cup, reached 90 captaincies in 1973...
- Governorate of Bahia The captaincies of the State of Brazil in 1709 The captaincies of the Viceroyalty of Brazil in 1750 The captaincies of the Viceroyalty...
- costiera. The Corps of the Port CaptainciesCoast Guard is structured as follows: 1 MARICOGECAP – Port Captaincies General HeadquartersComando generale...
- divided into two captaincies, Captaincy of Cisdanubia (mostly Upper Hungary) and Captaincy of Transdanubia (the remaining territories). Captaincy of Győr was...
- third-place match. Lahm stated in an interview that he would not relinquish the captaincy when Ballack returned, causing some controversy, so team manager Oliver...
- time of colonial Brazil, the Captaincy of Pernambuco was one of only two prosperous captaincies (the other being Captaincy of São Vicente), thanks to growing...
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