Cintra noun the former name for
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He landed, fought, and won two battles, and signed the Convention of Cintra.
They were in Cintra, so I should not have had time to get at them even if I had wished.
George A. Birmingham
It took an hour and a quarter to do the fifteen mites between Cintra and Lisbon.
Sintre, now Cintra, in Portugal; then reckoned part of Spain.
Arculf et al.
I was thinking, just at that moment, that I should like to hear more about Cintra.