[wer-tuh; Spanish wer-tah]
- Vic·to·ria·no [beek-taw-ryah-naw] /ˌbik tɔˈryɑ nɔ/, 1854–1916, Mexican general: provisional president of Mexico 1913–14.
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They never married because according to Huerta, “Things were fine they way they were.”
A call from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue brought the news of the medal, Huerta says from her office in Bakersfield.
Twice divorced, Huerta was in a longtime relationship with Richard Chavez, the brother of Cesar, until his death last year.
The huerta seemed to have been abandoned by God and His holy mother.
Throughout the huerta it seemed that God's own wrath had burst forth.
The soil of the Huerta bears them three crops during the year.Cathedral Cities of Spain
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The beautiful Huerta of Liria is the only district actually praised.Northern Spain
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"In the huerta, Excellency," the servant answered, as he closed the door after them.The Rebel Chief