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Alarcón

[ ah-lahr-kawn ]
/ ˌɑ lɑrˈkɔn /
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noun
Pe·dro An·to·nio [pe-thraw ahn-taw-nyaw], /ˈpɛ ðrɔ ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/, Pedro Antonio Alarcón y Ariza, 1833–91, Spanish novelist, short-story writer, and diplomat.
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Alarcón
/ (Spanish alarˈkon) /

noun
Pedro Antonio de (ˈpeðro anˈtonjo de). 1833–91, Spanish novelist and short-story writer, noted for his humorous sketches of rural life, esp in The Three-Cornered Hat (1874)
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