[krooz; Spanish krooth]
- San Juan de la [sahn hwahn de lah] /sɑn ʰwɑn dɛ lɑ/. John of the Cross, Saint.
- Juana I·nés de la [ee-nes de lah] /iˈnɛs dɛ lɑ/, 1651–95, Mexican nun, scholar, and poet.
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Examples from the Web for cruz
Cruz is a co-sponsor of the bill, along with libertarian-minded Sen. Mike Lee.
When the former engaged in his drone filibuster, Cruz showed up in support; ditto for Paul when Cruz held an Obamacare filibuster.
“I believe that Senator Paul and Senator Leahy are probably working more closely together [than he is with Cruz],” Stafford said.
Cruz, who certainly considers himself Hispanic, had fighting words in response.The Republican Rainbow Coalition Is Real
November 18, 2014
The Republican Senate would "do everything humanly possibly to repeal Obamacare," Cruz promised.In Texas, Cruz, Perry Crow Over GOP Rout
November 5, 2014
On reaching the corral, he saw Cruz, and recognised him at once.
In fact, wherever fighting is going on Cruz is sure to be there.
It is to this period that the big concerns of Cruz Alta belong.The Argentine Republic
I observed that it was particularly high in the cruz or withers.The Bible in Spain
Cruz there were 144 people who signed the document, that is to say there were 144 names.The Katipunan
J. Brecknock Watson (AKA Francis St. Clair)