Origin of Edgar1
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Meanwhile, Edgar had returned to Cuba after that 2001 tour and continued to make music.
Seventeen-year-old Edgar Gonzalez formed one half of the group Doble Filo.
Cuban hip-hop has evolved as well, both Edgar and Julio talk about the band Los Aldeanos as the new generation of Cuban hip-hop.
Edgar was invited to study at the Berkeley School of Music in Boston and at NYU in New York City.
Like Edgar, he remembers a unique time when American rappers came down and performed at the Primer Festival de Rap Cubano.
It was about three months after his return that Edgar had an opportunity of finding the advantage of his skill in boxing.At Aboukir and Acre|George Alfred Henty
Then Dollops went on his own tack, leaving Sir Edgar to enjoy his own bitter reflections as best he might.The Riddle of the Purple Emperor|Mary E. Hanshew and Thomas W. Hanshew
The father goes away, Edgar enters and Edmund persuades him that his father for some reason desires to kill him.Tolstoy on Shakespeare|Leo Tolstoy
At the foot of the steps Edgar Poe paused and looked back at the massive closed door.The Dreamer|Mary Newton Stanard
Although Edgar was a profligate, he was a sensible man, and my story made him furious.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
British Dictionary definitions for edgar
Word Origin and History for edgar
masc. proper name, from Old English Ead-gar, literally "prosperity-spear," from ead "prosperity" + gar (see gar).