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Martí

[ mahr-tee ]

noun

  1. Jo·sé [haw-, se], 1853–1895, Cuban patriot and writer.


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Example Sentences

The publication wrote that Councilwoman Marti Emerald had confirmed the account.

Londoners John Coffey and Bernardo Marti also raced to be married as soon as it was legally possible.

Deacon Marti Gulikers spoke of a bond that would continue beyond death.

When Marti Luke, one of his students at Dominican, got news of his death, she immediately thought back to the clock.

You offer an additional reward, Excellency, for the discovery of the leader of the contrabandists, Captain Marti.

The officials did not look very deeply into the business, and they believed that Marti had really betrayed his former comrades.

Marti, in the mean time, possessing great wealth, looked about him to see in what enterprise he could best invest it.

The latter was declined but, in lieu of the sum, Marti asked for and obtained a monopoly of the right to sell fish in Havana.

But Marti seems to have stood at the top of his profession, a man of skill and daring and evidently well supplied with brains.

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