- Al·ca·lá [ahl-kah-lah] /ˌɑl kɑˈlɑ/, Niceto Alcalá Zamora y Torres, 1877–1949, Spanish statesman: 1st president of the Republic 1931–36.
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Examples from the Web for zamora
Zamora had had a dramatic life up until appearing in the show.
Zamora was handsome, passionate, and used his time on The Real World to educate and agitate.
Zamora encouraged Winick to take on public speaking on HIV and AIDS.
Of Zamora, the children have always asked questions, which Winick and Ling try and answer as openly as possible.
Zamora thought audiences would listen to Winick more precisely because he was a “white, straight, college boy.”
The thieves of Zamora are the most faithful of men to their trust.The Hour of the Dragon
Robert E. Howard
During this time the Hyrkanians came and went, and Zamora was added to the empire.
The withdrawal of the imperial legions from Zamora was their incitement.
For Zamora is not merely ancient; it is even (in some ways) up to date.Northern Spain
Edgar T. A. Wigram
He took Toro from my sister, and now he desires to take Zamora from me.The Cid Campeador
Antonio de Trueba
- a city in NW central Spain, on the Douro River. Pop: 65 639 (2003 est)
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