Definition of De Valera
1. Noun. Irish statesman (born in the United States); as president of the Irish Free State he was responsible for the new constitution of 1937 that created the state of Eire (1882-1975).
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Literary usage of De Valera
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1. History of Spanish Literature by George Ticknor (1863)
"... he defended the honor of his liege lord, the King of Castile. A treatise of a few pages on Providence, by Diego de Valera, printed in the edition ..."
2. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"Professor Edward de Valera President of the Sinn Fein, arrested in connection with an alleged German plot in Ireland International film Service) Prince ..."