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Madariaga

[mah-th ah-ryah-gah]
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noun
  1. 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?

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  • 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.


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