[swahr-ez; Spanish swah-reth, -res]
- Fran·cis·co [fran-sis-koh; Spanish frahn-thees-kaw, -sees-] /frænˈsɪs koʊ; Spanish frɑnˈθis kɔ, -ˈsis-/, 1548–1617, Spanish theologian and philosopher.
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Suarez, who was sent off for a deliberate handball, was more than deserved, but a calculated risk.World Cup Primer
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Suarez saw it, too, for he turned to Harry with an ugly look in his eyes.
Morgan took the light and held it so that Suarez could read the message.
Then he turned to Washington, who had followed Suarez to the quarter-deck.
But in any event you better prepare for the worst; but quietly, Suarez, quietly.
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- Francisco de. 1548–1617, Spanish theologian, considered the leading scholastic philosopher after Aquinas and the principal Jesuit theologian. His works include Disputationes Metaphysicae (1597) and De Legibus (1612)
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