What is a young Finn or Spaniard visiting Israel/Palestine, this guidebook in hand, to make of this?
The anonymous blog Tennis Has a Steroid Problem has a laundry list of “evidence” against the 27-year-old Spaniard.
An irate Spaniard went through his sister to hire six Colombians to kill his boss before he could lay him off.
Still, the shy, softly spoken Spaniard is always hesitant to discuss his place in the history of the game.
He sent the Spaniard on his way then visited a series of shops in Lisbon and had the visa reproduced down to the special stamps.
Escobar, like so many of the chief Jesuit writers, was a Spaniard, born at Valladolid in 1589.
"He's a Spaniard I've had some trouble with," answered Clif.
The Spaniard looked sharply at him as if he feared what he was about to hear.
He knew that there must be a channel, for he and the Spaniard had come in by it.
"She has two hundred thousand gold piastres," replied the Spaniard.
c.1400, from Old French Espaignart, from Espaigne "Spain," from Latin Hispania, from Greek Hispania "Spain," Hispanos "Spanish, a Spaniard," probably from Celt-Iberian, in which (H)i- represents a definite article. The earlier English noun was Spaynol (mid-14c.), from Old French Espaignol.