[kuh-ran-zuh; Spanish kahr-rahn-sah]
- Ve·nus·tia·no [be-noos-tyah-naw] /ˌbɛ nusˈtyɑ nɔ/, 1859–1920, Mexican revolutionary and political leader: president 1915–20.
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Last year I spoke with someone with close personal ties to Carranza.
Born into poverty, Carranza entered the emerald mines when he was 11.
When this man, Carranza, went into office, he went in under what they call the Constitution of 1917.Across the Mesa
General Carranza would not give definite assurances to this effect.The Annual Register 1914
All this was skilfully used to prejudice Philip against Carranza.
There was another way in which the council sought to aid Carranza.
Possibly the case of Carranza may have suggested the innovation.