suarez, who was sent off for a deliberate handball, was more than deserved, but a calculated risk.
Turn them over to Captain Morgan; and now, suarez, when can we go to sea?
suarez saw it, too, for he turned to Harry with an ugly look in his eyes.
This latter method was especially common among the early writers, such as Victoria and suarez in the sixteenth century.
Then he turned to Washington, who had followed suarez to the quarter-deck.
suarez paid no further attention to him, but seizing the halliards hauled down the signal.
"I told you we were ready for sea, sir," said suarez, in a reproachful tone.
It fell by one half at suarez, and by three-fourths at Olavarria.
The envoy entered, and the count at once recognised in him Colonel suarez.
But, even though he passed, suarez would know that the gaily bedizened horseman was not his glittering aide-de-camp.