Juárez

[wahr-ez; Spanish hwah-res]
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noun

Be·ni·to (Pa·blo) [be-nee-taw pah-vlaw] /bɛˈni tɔ ˈpɑ vlɔ/, 1806–72, president of Mexico 1857–72.
Ciudad. Ciudad Juárez.

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Historical Examples of juarez

  • The fate of the Emperor Maximilian was now in the hands of Juarez.

    Mexico

    Charles Reginald Enock

  • Juarez is the only President of Mexico who has died in the occupancy of his office!

    Mexico

    Charles Reginald Enock

  • It is Juarez without the bull ring, the racetrack or the gambling places.

    Across the Mesa

    Jarvis Hall

  • It was only with the aid of Juarez's horsemanship that he clawed his way back to safety.

    Frontier Boys on the Coast

    Capt. Wyn Roosevelt

  • Tom and Juarez might have sung the tune that they had often sung before in camp.

    Frontier Boys on the Coast

    Capt. Wyn Roosevelt


British Dictionary definitions for juarez

Juárez

1

noun

short for Ciudad Juárez

Juárez

2

noun

Benito Pablo (beˈnito ˈpaβlo). 1806–72, Mexican statesman. As president (1861–65; 1867–72) he thwarted Napoleon III's attempt to impose an empire under Maximilian and introduced many reforms
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