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 Connubialis de Muloibre fecit Apellem.Conqueror’s Nose (A). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Conqueror.
 
The Conqueror.   1
   Alexander the Great. The conqueror of the world. (B.C. 356, 336–323.)   2
   Alfonso of Portugal. (1094, 1137–1185.)   3
   Aurungzebe the Great. Alemgir. The most powerful of the great Moguls. (1618, 1659–1707.)   4
   James I. of Aragon. (1206, 1213–1276.)   5
   Othman or Osman I. Founder of the Turkish power. (1259, 1299–1326.)   6
   Francisco Pizarro. Conquistador. So called because he conquered Peru. (1475–1541.)   7
   William, Duke of Normandy. So called because he obtained England by conquest. (1027, 1066–1087.)   8
 


 Connubialis de Muloibre fecit Apellem.Conqueror’s Nose (A). 

 
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