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Huerta

[wer-tuh; Spanish wer-tah] /ˈwɛr tə; Spanish ˈwɛr tɑ/
noun
1.
Victoriano
[beek-taw-ryah-naw] /ˌbik tɔˈryɑ nɔ/ (Show IPA),
1854–1916, Mexican general: provisional president of Mexico 1913–14.
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  • The Huerta seemed to have been abandoned by God and His holy mother.

    Luna Benamor Vicente Blasco Ibez
  • Throughout the Huerta it seemed that God's own wrath had burst forth.

    Luna Benamor Vicente Blasco Ibez
  • The soil of the Huerta bears them three crops during the year.

    Cathedral Cities of Spain William Wiehe Collins
  • The beautiful Huerta of Liria is the only district actually praised.

    Northern Spain Edgar T. A. Wigram
  • "In the Huerta, Excellency," the servant answered, as he closed the door after them.

    The Rebel Chief Gustave Aimard

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