[mir-uh-flawr-uh s, -flohr-; Spanish mee-rah-flaw-res]
- the locks of the Panama Canal, near the Pacific entrance.
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Examples from the Web for miraflores
If Jaua wins—as the polls suggest he will—he could be a strong contender to the vacant throne in the Miraflores Palace.Bad News for Hugo Chávez—and, Possibly, Venezuela
December 9, 2012
He had been waiting for us at the hotel; Mrs. Parflete was at the Villa Miraflores.
She had not written to him since that parting at Miraflores.
Was this the child-like, immature being of their strange visit to Miraflores?
Its object is to overthrow the President and to place my husband at Miraflores.The White Mice
Richard Harding Davis
There was now a Liberal party seeking to overturn President Miraflores.Cabbages and Kings
- Lake Miraflores an artificial lake in Panama, in the S Canal Zone of the Panama Canal
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