Baroja y Nessi
[ buh-roh-hah ee nes-ee; Spanish bah-raw-hah ee nes-ee ]
/ bəˈroʊ hɑ i ˈnɛs i; Spanish bɑˈrɔ hɑ i ˈnɛs i /
Pío [pee-oh; Spanish pee-aw] /ˈpi oʊ; Spanish ˈpi ɔ/, 1872–1956, Spanish novelist.
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Also called Ba·ro·ja.
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