- Le·ón (Ca·mi·no) [le-awn kah-mee-naw] /lɛˈɔn kɑˈmi nɔ/, 1884–1968, Spanish poet, in South America after 1939.
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Contemporary Examples of felipe
Ortiz met Felipe in November 2002 on assignment, covering a story about an oil spillage in northern Spain.
Felipe—who had met Letizia before at a dinner party—was also there, offering support, and the two started a romantic relationship.
“Thanks to all who have felt sadness over the death of my little sister,” Ortiz said as she clung to the arm of Felipe.Meet the New Queen of Spain - 41-Year Old Divorcee And Commoner Letizia Ortiz
June 2, 2014
On his Twitter account Tuesday, President Felipe Calderón called the jailbreak “deplorable.”Convicts Hunted After Mexican Prison Break Near Border
September 19, 2012
Sitting president Felipe Calderón was significantly bruised by his experience in the last presidential elections in 2006.Obama Plays Risky Game in Mexico With Embrace of Enrique Peña Nieto
John M. Ackerman
July 4, 2012
Historical Examples of felipe
Felipe can establish his relationship beyond the doubt of the most skeptical.
"Here is the document," said Hagan, displaying Felipe's paper.
In this manner Frank forced the belief that he spoke the truth upon Felipe.
When they find Felipe Jalisco I think they'll not bother you further.
Felipe fumbled beneath the pillow, as if searching for something.