- Bal·do·me·ro [bahl-daw-me-raw] /ˌbɑl dɔˈmɛ rɔ/, Count of Lu·cha·na [loo-chah-nah] /luˈtʃɑ nɑ/, 1792–1879, Spanish general and statesman.
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Examples from the Web for espartero
Espartero naturally kicked at this—as who would not in his place?
Espartero was a brave soldier, with some talent for military matters.A Supplementary Chapter to the Bible in Spain
"And a good soldier he was, Seorita," said Espartero, courteously.The Firebrand
S. R. Crockett
They may sell Narvaez, as they sold Espartero, to the highest bidder.
The reign of Espartero was, for the time at least, at an end.The War Upon Religion
Rev. Francis A. Cunningham