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Gaspar

/ˈɡæspə; ˈɡæspɑː/
noun
1.
a variant of Caspar
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  • gaspar Poussin's storms.Rome, and among the hills of Sorrento.

  • He hit gaspar Ruiz, whose movements were slow, over his head and shoulders.

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  • gaspar Ruiz had pushed his way to the window with irresistible force.

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  • gaspar Ruiz, contrary to the sergeant's apprehensions, gave no trouble.

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  • gaspar Ruiz was childless, he had no wife, he had never been in love.

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  • gaspar Ruiz, upright, the burliest of them all, hung his big shock head.

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  • For the sergeant had no doubt that gaspar Ruiz had been shot through in many places.

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  • Her desperation must have been extreme, and gaspar Ruiz was a docile fellow.

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  • "The soldiers, senora," gaspar Ruiz had answered, in a faint voice.

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