Ve·nus·tia·no [be-noos-tyah-naw], /ˌbɛ nusˈtyɑ nɔ/, 1859–1920, Mexican revolutionary and political leader: president 1915–20.
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How to use Carranza in a sentence
Villa knew that Carranza lacked the military power to defend Mexico’s border against the United States.Along the border, echoes of revolution and Pancho Villa | Matthew Simpson | July 2, 2021 | Washington Post
Although intently opposed to Huerta, Carranza and Obregón were political moderates, reserved in appearance and disposition.Along the border, echoes of revolution and Pancho Villa | Matthew Simpson | July 2, 2021 | Washington Post
Recently, the two men this month clashed about the future of gifted and talented classes, according to the New York Times — after which Carranza wrote a resignation letter.New York City schools chancellor to step down amid clashes with mayor | Valerie Strauss | February 26, 2021 | Washington Post
Born into poverty, Carranza entered the emerald mines when he was 11.
Last year I spoke with someone with close personal ties to Carranza.
The stern persecutor of Carranza, the powerful Archbishop of Toledo, was not a person to be attacked with impunity.Books Fatal to Their Authors | P. H. Ditchfield
The only answer he could obtain was that Carranza was the best of the three and that Villa was not so bad as he had been painted.The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume I | Burton J. Hendrick
President Wilson now began to espouse the interests of Villa and Carranza.The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume I | Burton J. Hendrick
In the summer of 1914, the dictator resigned and fled from the capital, leaving the field to Carranza.History of the United States | Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
General Carranza, for the Constitutionalists, accepted this idea, or was reported to have done so at first.The Annual Register 1914 | Anonymous