In the Barrios of Los Angeles the gangsters get the most props and respect.
Barrios sentenced the general to 50 years imprisonment for genocide and another 30 years for crimes against humanity.
Tampoco se hallan estos comercios en los Barrios ms concurridos.
But the faction Barrios joined needed to fear no political betrayal.
Barrios is drinking himself to death in jovial company away somewhere on his fundacion beyond the Bolson de Tonoro.
Her second son, Jaime, had just gone off on the Staff of Barrios.
The silver mines, which for three generations of Barrios had been the basis of their fortune, were in a still worse situation.
When I return in triumph, as you say, with Barrios, I may find you all destroyed.
A man named Barrios had often informed against the insurgents, and he was condemned to death.
But nothing was accomplished because Barrios and the President of Salvador were soon at loggerheads.
1841, "ward of a Spanish or Spanish-speaking city," sometimes also used of rural settlements, from Spanish barrio "district, suburb," from Arabic barriya "open country" (fem.), from barr "outside" (of the city). Main modern sense of "Spanish-speaking district in a U.S. city" is 1939; original reference is to Spanish Harlem in New York City.