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Jiménez

[hee-me-neth] /hiˈmɛ nɛθ/
noun
1.
Juan Ramón
[hwahn rah-mawn] /ʰwɑn rɑˈmɔn/ (Show IPA),
1881–1958, Spanish poet: Nobel Prize 1956.
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  • "And then my erstwhile associate jimenez had a brainstorm," said Terry ruefully.

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  • "jimenez having run away, I leave the shop in your hands," he observed.

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  • Terry recognized the girl who'd come into the shop of jimenez y Ca.

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  • “And look what they did to my office,” jimenez said, putting on the lights.

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  • And jimenez had expected the Fuzzies to just sit in their cages.

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  • If they had made him heir to the throne, jimenez Arbos could not have held his large head a tenth of an inch higher.

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  • He was particularly happy in his imitation of jimenez Arbos, whom he knew well from meeting him at the Osorios'.

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Jiménez

/Spanish xiˈmenɛθ/
noun
1.
Juan Ramón (xwan raˈmɔn). 1881–1958, Spanish lyric poet. His most famous work is Platero y yo (1917), a prose poem: Nobel prize for literature 1956
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