- Sal·va·dor de [sahl-vah-th awr th e] /ˌsɑl vɑˈðɔr ðɛ/, Salvador de Madariaga y Rojo, 1886–1978, Spanish diplomat, historian, and writer in England.
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But what were they worth to Madariaga compared to the grandson that was going to come?
With a buyer like Madariaga, all the tricks and sharp practice of the drovers came to naught.
Madariaga appeared abstracted, and all the family, including Desnoyers, respected and feared this taciturnity.
Madariaga was chasing Karl, knife in hand, stumbling over everything that blocked his way.
Madariaga would always steal his grandson away, and then they would scour the plains together.