Ochoa, of Biscay, a man of wealth and distinction, died a natural death in Guaxaca.
Ochoa promptly answered, “France,” and the man approached them only to receive a stunning blow upon the head.
Governor Ochoa was an intelligent, liberal-minded man and was much respected.
Ochoa, a prominent critic of the day, ratified the popular judgment, and hopefully proclaimed the writer to be a rival of Scott.
Ochoa O·cho·a (ō-chō'ə), Severo. 1905-1993.
Spanish-born American biochemist. He shared a 1959 Nobel Prize for work on the biological synthesis of nucleic acids.