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Peter Boyd-Bowman’s Léxico hispanoamericano 1493-1993. Eds. Ray Harris-Northall and John J. Nitti. New York: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 2003-2007. Version 2.10 April 2007. Web version: General editor Ivy A. Corfis, with the assistance of Pablo Ancos and Fernando Tejedo and technical assistance by Philip Tibbetts. Online at [date of use]



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