[fer-nan-dez, fer-; Spanish fer-nahn-deth, -des]
- Juan [hwahn, wahn; Spanish hwahn] /ʰwɑn, wɑn; Spanish ʰwɑn/, 1536?–1602?, Spanish navigator: explorer in South America and the Pacific.
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Examples from the Web for fernandez
At the recent Farnborough Air Show it was Fernandez who became the first customer for the new Airbus A330neo, ordering 50 of them.
When Fernandez got control of AirAsia it had been a limping, government-subsidized flop.
The body, after death, Fernandez says, can serve as “a marker of our common vulnerability in the world.”Parents of Stillborn Babies Post Hundreds of Memorials to YouTube
November 4, 2013
He was medevacced to Dallas and survived only to face the smart and skillful Fernandez in court.Mike McLelland Investigation Focuses on Those the D.A. Prosecuted
April 3, 2013
Fernandez initially told police that David had fallen off his bunk bed.13-Year-Old Cristian Fernandez Will Face Life Without Parole for Killing Brother, Court Rules
November 21, 2012
There were the Fernandez mountains and there was the pass he wished to reach.
It must be in some out of the way corner of the Fernandez plain.
The letter of Colonel Fernandez does honor to the human heart.Thirty Years' View (Vol. I of 2)
Thomas Hart Benton
Fernandez Gonsalvo was in the height of his military fame about the year 1495.Old Continental Towns
Walter M. Gallichan
Fernandez, who has published an article on this banner in Mus.The Industrial Arts in Spain
Juan F. Riao