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Linares

[lee-nah-res] /liˈnɑ rɛs/
noun
1.
a city in S Spain.
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  • Linares had not yet arrived; as a person of importance, he must arouse expectation.

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  • “I think he says something about it in the letter,” stammered Linares again.

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  • “Father, that is not so urgent,” said Linares, with confusion.

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  • “I believe he says something about that in the letter,” Linares again stammered.

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  • While the good Linares was in the midst of his soliloquy, Padre Salvi came in.

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  • Linares turned pale and looked at Capitan Tiago, who dropped his eyes.

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  • He acknowledged the presence of Linares with a profound bow.

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  • Linares had not yet come; as a personage of importance, he had to arrive later than the others.

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  • “I believe he says something in the letter,” stammered Linares again.

  • “Father, I am not in a hurry about it,” said Linares, confused.

British Dictionary definitions for Linares

Linares

/Spanish liˈnares/
noun
1.
a city in S Spain: site of Scipio Africanus' defeat of the Carthaginians (208 bc); lead mines. Pop: 58 257 (2003 est)
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