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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How to use Gómez in a sentence
Other than Gómez’s supposed recollection, there are no historical records of Gaspar.The Buccaneers embody Tampa’s love of pirates. Is that a problem? | Jamie Goodall | February 5, 2021 | Washington Post
On the other hand, unlike Gómez, she wouldn’t have to give up her set to give it a try.
Despite falling short on many of those priorities, Keatts writes that Gómez can point to few significant accomplishments.
Gómez also failed to report $100,000 of her own income on her taxes, as the Union-Tribune reported.
With the one-year extension, Gómez is giving the decision over what to do to the new administration.What a Delayed Energy Contract Means for San Diego | MacKenzie Elmer | November 11, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
Political operative Michael Gomez Daly worked on two congressional campaigns in 2012 with similar budgets.
Taylor Swift saw Selena Gomez kissing Bieber backstage at an awards show, and made a very obvious “yuck” face.
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.
The next day, Agent Gomez called Arambula to meet him at their usual place, a Baskin Robbins in El Paso.
The Padre Manoel Gomez received us very kindly, and our pic-nic was spread in the ample veranda of his parsonage.Journal of a Voyage to Brazil | Maria Graham
Two Spaniards, to whom I spoke, told me of a great stir being made in the town concerning the death of Gomez.The Mysteries of All Nations | James Grant
Gomez returned home much bruised, and on his deathbed declared to his friends that Lopez had killed him.The Mysteries of All Nations | James Grant
Joao Gomez had opened one eye far enough to envisage the eloquent intruder and to locate his broom.Where the Pavement Ends | John Russell
There's Gomez, the servant who was drowned on his way out after his dismissal—Elizabeth Brook—is it—servant.Magnum Bonum | Charlotte M. Yonge