- a city in SW California.
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Duarte owns a small plot of land where she grazes cattle and grows beans, maize, bananas, and oranges.
“We know how to fight, but we need weapons,” said Duarte, whose combative spirit remains undiminished by age.
Duarte asks, referring to a bushel of fruits just brought in from the backyard orchard.A California Tavern With an Artichoke Obsession
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“I really started to feel an urge to change my life, to try other things and find my way,” the 28-year-old Duarte says.
None of the partners are artists or musicians themselves, “we are just admirers of them,” Duarte explains.
The most famous of these ambassadors was Duarte Lopez, who was at Rome in 1590.
For an account of this embassy, see Duarte Lopez, pp. 101-108.
Duarte was his friend, but at the moment he wanted to break his neck.
I was going to do it in any event if Duarte didn't hear from his friends in Mexico.
Duarte took Margaret Skidmore's hand and raised it to his lips.