When pilar and her adoptive father began to investigate her roots, they spoke to Sister María.
When pilar left the cathedral, she hurried toward the Street of the Serpents.
General pilar was one of the most distinguished citizens of the republic.
So Juan took the four paintings and gave pilar money for them.
Later on that same day, Dr. pilar put out a call for volunteers.
They had seen the fog rolling down the coast shortly after the Maggie had rounded pilar Point at sunset and headed north.
We can keep trying,” said pilar, “and hope we stumble across it by accident.
"We live by what Grandfather makes when he can work," said pilar.
But tonight, after pilar had left, her grandfather had been taken very ill.
Extensions of this line to the Boston and pilar mines can be made with little additional outlay.
pilar pi·lar (pī'lər) or pi·la·ry (pī'lə-rē)
Of, relating to, or covered with hair.