[zuh-pah-tuh; Spanish sah-pah-tah]
- E·mi·lia·no [e-mee-lyah-naw] /ˌɛ miˈlyɑ nɔ/, 1877?–1919, Mexican revolutionary and agrarian reformer: guerrilla leader 1911–16.
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Examples from the Web for zapata
Villa and Zapata looked on, smiling their papier mache smiles, sure they had seen something like this before.
The faces of Villa and Zapata looked on from the opposite end of the square.
He can always go--in Zapata's country--to any store and get a pair when he needs one.The Red Conspiracy
Joseph J. Mereto
In 1637 the Suprema complained of the continuous series of troubles and of the disregard of the Concordia of Zapata.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 1
Henry Charles Lea
Zapata has divided up the great estates of Morelos from end to end, telling the peasants to take possession.Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre
Voltairine de Cleyre
The next Index was issued under the authority of Inquisitor-general Zapata, in 1632, forming a large folio.
His successor Zapata, in 1627, was a trifle more cautious in a conflict wherein the Inquisition was not concerned.
- Emiliano (emiˈljano). ?1877–1919, Mexican guerrilla leader
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