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silva, rui

He was a Madeiran poet who published his texts in various periodicals in the region, but also in some Brazilian press. He was a romantic writer, bucolic, sensitive, with a unique and even strange sentimentality. His verses, with poetic value, show spontaneity and rigor in terms of metric and deal with philosophical and romantic themes. …

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aguiar, fernando henrique de

Journalist, folklorist, writer and law graduate. He followed integralism and traditional monarchy as his doctrinal ideologies. He spent much of his life in Lisbon. As a writer, he produced political and administrative literature. As a journalist, he collaborated with various national and regional periodicals, including Gil Vicente and Das Artes e da História da Madeira. …

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interadministrative collaboration and cooperation

Being very close concepts, collaboration and cooperation are regulatory and not attributive principles and are ways of ensuring the unity of the Administration’s operations and make the exercise of the powers of each entity more effective. Collaboration is intended to contribute to the success of another’s competences, and the aim of cooperation is to produce …

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officer-general

The title of “alferes” (officer) is related to a flag-carrying officer, a position immediately below lieutenant and captain. From the Middle Ages onwards, and until the creation of the position of constable of the realm, the officer-general was also the commander in chief of the royal armies. Since then, he became a royal flag-carrying officer, …

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governor-general

The title of “alcaide” (governor) encompassed a very wide set of competences related to military and civil jurisdiction, and in the beginning of the settlement these powers were entrusted to the Donatary Captains, who oversaw the military and customs matters and presided the emerging council chambers. As the general matters of security were entrusted to …

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sea governor

The title of “alcaide” (governor) encompassed a very wide set of competences related to the military, local power, customs and tax authority, the latter being the domain of the sea governor. The creation of the position of “sea governor, representative of the Treasury and royal tax officer” goes back to the mid sixteenth century, with …

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