concha looks at this and sees "The O'Reilly Factor" booking a conservative and a liberal to talk about fiscal policy.
I swear to you I do not know any concha—I never heard of her.
He took all of his unmarried children with him, and concha thought it her duty to go.
concha glanced at Estella and wondered if he had been mistaken.
But concha changed the money cheerfully and earned my gratitude.
The officer trembled, and began an explanation, pointing to concha and La Giralda, both of whom stood for a moment motionless.
Mercedes, gentle and simple, had become the friend, almost the sister of concha.
"You will not go away," said concha quietly, certain of her power.
"Do not cry, my darling child," the father said to concha, as she burst into tears.
General concha and the others denied the authority of the court, and demanded to be sent for trial to Buenos Aires.
concha con·cha (kŏng'kə)
n. pl. con·chae (-kē')
Any of various structures, such as the external ear, that resemble a shell in shape.