The Douro, or Duero, crosses the southern half, running west-north-west; it also is unnavigable in its upper valley.
Before Amador could reply to this appeal, the seor Duero spoke again.
This circumstance soon came to the ears of father Olmedo and Duero, who immediately apprized Cortes of it.
Her Thorne and Duero envelope was dropping from her more and more.
Oddly enough, Castro had once before supplanted Duero, as the royal factor in Cuba.
The sun of July had begun to scorch the naked plains of the Duero, and the good father was in poor health.
Marmont drew back for concentration, and the English advanced to the Duero.
Among these were Bermudez, Duero, and several others, who were secretly his friends already.
"The seor Duero was present, as well as several other honourable cavaliers, and all confirm the story," said De Morla.
The vines of the Duero are ground vines, and the landscape gets very little profit out of them.