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Gonzales

[guh n-zah-lis] /gənˈzɑ lɪs/
noun
1.
Richard Alonzo ("Pancho") 1928–1995, U.S. tennis player.
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  • The other stock was off on the range between the ranch and Gonzales, grazing.

    For the Liberty of Texas Edward Stratemeyer
  • "The people of Gonzales must give up the cannon," said Colonel Ugartchea.

    For the Liberty of Texas Edward Stratemeyer
  • On the opposite side of the stream was Gonzales, but the ferry-boat was on that side, too.

    For the Liberty of Texas Edward Stratemeyer
  • He may be a spy who has been over to Gonzales, and carries some kind of a message.

    For the Liberty of Texas Edward Stratemeyer
  • They were soon on the way to Gonzales, where they loaded their ponies with stores for the ranch.

    For the Liberty of Texas Edward Stratemeyer

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