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Felipe

[fe-lee-pe] /fɛˈli pɛ/
noun
1.
León (Camino)
[le-awn kah-mee-naw] /lɛˈɔn kɑˈmi nɔ/ (Show IPA),
1884–1968, Spanish poet, in South America after 1939.
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  • Felipe has been ill with a fever; but he is out now, these ten days, and fretting for—for your coming.

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  • Louis attended to the engine while Felipe was at his meals and occasionally at other times.

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  • One hour passed, two, three; still no sound from Felipe's room.

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  • Then he called to Felipe to reduce the speed to eight knots.

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  • However, Felipe was at present pleasantly sure of Gerry's sympathy.

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