[goh-mez; Spanish gaw-mes]
- Juan Vi·cen·te [hwahn bee-sen-te] /ʰwɑn biˈsɛn tɛ/, 1857?–1935, Venezuelan soldier and political leader: commander in chief and dictator of Venezuela 1908–35; president of Venezuela 1908–15, 1922–29, 1931–35.
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Examples from the Web for gomez
The next day, Agent Gomez called Arambula to meet him at their usual place, a Baskin Robbins in El Paso.
But Arambula visited the ICE offices in El Paso on at least two occasions, and met with Agent Gomez alone on several others.
Agent Gomez testified the ICE spent no more than 15 hours with Arambula in total.
“It was a self-guided initiative, something never done before,” Gomez said.Mexican Journalists Speak Out on Reporter Murders
June 17, 2014
Gomez voluntarily spent two weeks in rehab last month, and Demi sticks up for bestie Selena as she works out her emotional life.Inside Philip Seymour Hoffman's Funeral; 'Lego Movie' Is Really Good
February 7, 2014
"You had already determined to abandon him," observed Gomez Arias.
Gomez Arias had descended from his apartment perfectly composed.
She was at least blessed in this ignorance, but yet Gomez Arias was not present.
He was one of the Franciscans who had accompanied Gomez Arias to the scaffold.
In this state of irresolution Gomez Arias remained for some time.