[Spanish e-re-th yah; for 1 also French ey-rey-dya]
- Jo·sé Ma·rí·a de [Spanish haw-se mah-ree-ah th e] /Spanish hɔˈsɛ mɑˈri ɑ ðɛ/, 1842–1905, French poet, born in Cuba.
- a city in central Costa Rica, N of San José.
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Examples from the Web for heredia
“Romney confirmed that he would be the most extreme presidential nominee of our lifetimes on immigration,” Heredia said.
Romney, Heredia said, may have won “a sprint,” but he will lose “the marathon.”
Heredia wants to be poetic and hard; the hardness appears to him as a virtue in the poetic.Instigations
Heredia will prove in the near future a capital example of this power.First and Last
Heredia had scarcely founded the city when King Philip sent it a Bishop.Carmen Ariza
Charles Francis Stocking
Heredia undertook to write several plays, but without success.Modern Spanish Lyrics
The younger Heredia established himself in the city of Matanzas, as a successful lawyer.The History of Cuba, vol. 3
Willis Fletcher Johnson