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Guillén

[geel-yen; Spanish gee-lyen] /gilˈyɛn; Spanish giˈlyɛn/
noun
1.
Jorge
[hawr-he] /ˈhɔr hɛ/ (Show IPA),
1893–1984, Spanish poet, in the U.S. 1940–75.
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  • Cease your nonsense, friend guillen, and go on with your story.

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  • "guillen, you want to bewilder us with your mysteries," added Garcia.

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  • "It is to glory that it shall lead me," replied guillen enthusiastically.

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  • guillen, who has already been introduced to the reader, was amongst them.

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  • The maiden willingly conceded it, and guillen entered the chamber.

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  • The idea which you have conceived of those bonds is very beautiful, guillen!

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