- Jo·sé [haw-se] /hɔˈsɛ/, 1834–86, Argentine poet.
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Examples from the Web for hernandez
It was a new voice, and in contrast to the ham-handed posturing of “Officer Hernandez,” the threat was direct and more aggressive.
“This is Officer Hernandez,” the man introduced himself on one call.
Abarca allegedly battered Hernandez, who was then dumped in the pit.
The men shot Hernandez in the right leg while pulling them all from the car.
From that moment on, Hernandez never considered getting a conventional job.Basics Beware: We're All Girl Bosses Now
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Has not the master of the mine any message to send to Hernandez, the master of the Campo?
The emissary and compadre of Hernandez spurred his horse close up.
It was to him, too, that Hernandez came after he had deserted, three years afterwards.
For he could see that it was Lieutenant Hernandez after all.
"But there are other heroes, Lieutenant Hernandez," said the girl.