[ kat-l-an, -uh n, kat-l-an ]SEE DEFINITION OF catalans
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The Catalans were particularly mindful of improving their ports.

It is interesting to note that the Catalans had not yet given up hope of their fueros.

The Catalans were obdurate to both blandishments and threats.

In this, as in so much else, the Catalans were especially intractable.

He would have come in a ship, recommended to some of us, or to the Catalans.

The Catalans have a supreme genius for architecture, but they have only achieved a single style.

The taste of the Catalans of Perpignan for bright colouring in their dress is akin to that of their brothers and sisters in Spain.

Mercédès was no longer the young, light-hearted and thoughtless being who graced the village of the Catalans.

The agreement was reached January 11, 1520, but experience of the faithlessness of the Inquisition had made the Catalans wary.

Meanwhile, in accordance with the terms arranged with France, the Catalans had organized a national Inquisition.