López y Fuentes
[ law-pes ee fwen-tes ]
/ ˈlɔ pɛs i ˈfwɛn tɛs /
Gre·go·rio [gre-gaw-ryaw] /grɛˈgɔ ryɔ/, 1895–1966, Mexican writer.
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