- Juan Ra·món [hwahn rah-mawn] /ʰwɑn rɑˈmɔn/, 1881–1958, Spanish poet: Nobel Prize 1956.
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“She proclaims his innocence through incoherent arguments and has discredited me in the process,” said Jimenez.
Jimenez said he never used the term “bail” with Hamer, “because it was never an option,” he said.
“I wanted to refer to the posttraumatic stress [van der Sloot] was under at the moment of the crime,” Jimenez said.Van der Sloot Pleads Guilty
January 11, 2012
"Jimenez having run away, I leave the shop in your hands," he observed.
"And then my erstwhile associate Jimenez had a brainstorm," said Terry ruefully.
Terry recognized the girl who'd come into the shop of Jimenez y Ca.
And Jimenez had expected the Fuzzies to just sit in their cages.
“And look what they did to my office,” Jimenez said, putting on the lights.
- 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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