Ga·bri·el [gey-bree-uhl, gah-bree-el; Spanish gah-bree-el] /ˈgeɪ bri əl, ˌgɑ briˈɛl; Spanish ˌgɑ βriˈɛl/ 1821–75, Ecuadorian journalist and political leader: president of Ecuador 1861–65; 1869–75.
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How to use García Moreno in a sentence
In more ways than one Garcia Moreno, the professor President, was a statesman of vision and deed.The Hispanic Nations of the New World | William R. Shepherd
His successors in the presidential office found it impossible to govern the country without Garcia Moreno.The Hispanic Nations of the New World | William R. Shepherd
Among the leaders of the republican period the name of Dr. Garcia-Moreno stands forth.Spanish America, Its Romance, Reality and Future, Vol. 1 | Charles Reginald Enock
None of them are too wide, and the walks are painfully narrow; but, thanks to Garcia Moreno, they are well paved.The Andes and the Amazon | James Orton
During the administration of Garcia Moreno, prominent citizens were shot or banished by his order, without trial by jury.The Andes and the Amazon | James Orton