[chah-vez or for 2, shah-, shuh-vez; Spanish chah-ves]
- Car·los [kahr-lohs; Spanish kahr-laws] /ˈkɑr loʊs; Spanish ˈkɑr lɔs/, 1899–1978, Mexican composer and conductor.
- Ce·sar (Es·tra·da) [see-zer e-strah-duh; Spanish se-sahr es-trah-th ah] /ˈsi zər ɛˈstrɑ də; Spanish ˈsɛ sɑr ɛsˈtrɑ ðɑ/, 1927–93, U.S. labor leader: organizer of migrant farmworkers.
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Examples from the Web for chavez
Chavez admits they were drunk, “but DEFINITELY not out looking for trouble.”
Chavez had posted status updates about his recovery, alongside images of friends and the Insane Clown Posse.
Chavez finally switched parties on April 28, and is one of six Democrats running for the open seat.
And when it comes to protection for the LGBT community, Fistler (now Chavez) wrote, “Phoenix does a great job.”
There are only a handful of Chavez and his opponents online.Venezuela Burns, Body Count Rises
March 16, 2014
Some say that he killed Chavez, a Mexican, as he offered his own hand in greeting.The Story of the Outlaw
I'm going to pay a call on an old friend in Newark, an associate of Chavez.The Electronic Mind Reader
Julian Chavez, after whom Chavez Street is named, was here in 1853.Sixty Years in Southern California 1853-1913
I may want to throw the Chavez outfit in with ours, too, so as to get bigger stuff.The Heritage of the Sioux
When the guns were pointed in their direction, the Chavez crowd retreated to the Ellis Hotel.History of 'Billy the Kid'
Chas. A. Siringo