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Baroja

[ bah-raw-hah ]
/ bɑˈrɔ hɑ /
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noun

Pí·o [pee-aw], /ˈpi ɔ/, 1872–1956, Spanish novelist.

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Baroja
/ (Spanish baˈroxa) /

noun

Pio (ˈpio). 1872–1956, Spanish Basque novelist, who wrote nearly 100 novels, including a series of twenty-two under the general title Memorias de un Hombre de Acción (1944–49)
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