- Ma·nuel Es·tra·da [Spanish mahn-wel es-trah-th ah] /Spanish mɑnˈwɛl ɛsˈtrɑ ðɑ/. Estrada Cabrera, Manuel.
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Examples from the Web for cabrera
The station, Cabrera and Ayala said, was built to hold between 200 and 250 people at any one time.Immigrants Held in Border Deep Freezers
Rachael Bale, The Center for Investigative Reporting
November 19, 2013
Cabrera says Huehue-Tlapalan was the ancient country of the Toltecs.Ancient America, in Notes on American Archaeology
John D. Baldwin
That Cabrera did suffer this abandonment the facts of his life attest.
In such a scene, Cabrera and his contemporary artists did their work.
"Let me hear them—and as briefly as may be, seor," thundered Cabrera.
Six pieces in all spoke out their message to Cabrera's men to halt.