heraldry a charge consisting of the lower half of a diagonally divided quarter, usually in the top left corner of the shield
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How to use giron in a sentence
Voters recalled Morse by a tight margin of 51% to 49%, while giron lost by a slightly larger tally of 56% to 44%.Colorado Politicians Ousted Over Gun Control Legislation | Ben Jacobs | September 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Rivera had planned to run against giron in 2014 and simply sped up his campaign for the recall.
giron has taken other positions that have provoked local ire, including her support for water rights and renewable energy.
Just like Rivera, giron is sure that a majority of her constituents support her.
While pundits think Morse is relatively safe in his effort to stave off recall, giron is facing a much tighter race.
The giron fields, meanwhile, lay idle and empty behind him; he had swept them of every man.
"Yes, he's the wildest one Madam giron has; but that isn't very wild," said Garda, in a tone of regret.
He had first heard of the seor's disbelief through Madam giron; he immediately went over to Patricio to pay his respects to him.
Madam giron had finally decided to follow the advice of Dr. Kirby, which was, and had been unwaveringly from the beginning, to go.
Then he left the piazza and went towards the branch, where was the cabin of old Cajo, Madam giron's factotum.