Portuguese police reluctantly reopened their own case in Portugal in 2013, but they remain separate investigations.
Gore and Ernie travelled together to Thailand, Portugal, New York, and Cuba, where Gore visited his friend Fidel Castro.
When push comes to shove, the pressure of staving off Ghana, Portugal, and Germany fell on Howard.
Italy, along with Greece, Ireland, Portugal, and possibly Spain, goes to the dogs.
His giveaway with 37 seconds to go in the Portugal match cost the U.S. the game and an easy trek into the next round.
After a while he took Agnes to England with him, and from thence to Portugal.
Peace had to be made with Portugal, and alliance with Spain.
Nothing great or useful will ever be effected here so long as men come merely to get rich, and then return to Portugal.
He said he was of Portugal, but I should say he had more Moorish blood in him than anything else.
At the end of two years the discoverer returned to Portugal and was received with great honour.
late 14c., Portyngale, from Medieval Latin Portus Cale (Roman name of modern Oporto), "the port of Gaya." Alfonso, Count of Portucale, became the first king of Portugal.
Note: Portugal has been a member of NATO since 1949.
Note: Famous for its explorers in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Portugal followed such exploration closely with colonization. By the middle of the sixteenth century, Portugal controlled a vast overseas empire, including Brazil.
Note: Portugal has been independent since the twelfth century, except for sixty years of Spanish rule in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.