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Guzmán

[goos-mahn] /gusˈmɑn/
noun
1.
Martín Luis
[mahr-teen-lwees] /mɑrˈtin lwis/ (Show IPA),
1887–1976, Mexican novelist, journalist, and soldier.
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  • "guzman is now with the king," said Uzeda, turning into the chamber.

    Calderon The Courtier Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • Captain guzman shrugged his shoulders and smoked in silence.

    Up the Forked River

    Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • It was agreed that Captain guzman should await his return to the pier.

    Up the Forked River

    Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • He turned to Captain guzman, who was silently smoking a cigarette.

    Up the Forked River

    Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • Miss Starland went next, then her brother, and then Captain guzman.

    Up the Forked River

    Edward Sylvester Ellis

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