Origin of Moro1
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How to use Moro in a sentence
Moro wondered at “the final straw that broke” Sherpa-Western relations.
The incident seemed to be over, and Moro and his teammates resumed the climb, later returning to the lower camp.
But, according to Moro, some 100 Sherpas, their faces covered in scarves, were ready for the men.
This beautiful work offers an insight into the fascinating, but complicated, world of il Moro.London’s National Gallery Opens the Exhibition of the Century|Daily Beast Promotions|November 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Thenceforth he was always a reliable ally of the Spaniards against Moro incursions.
To the great amazement of the Moro chiefs, the waggons suddenly became stationary, whilst the released horses galloped on ahead!
According to Moro custom the fruit of a manʼs labour belongs to the Datto who gives the man a subsistence.
We lost several of our men who went down before Moro bullets, and disease got a few also.Uncle Sam's Boys as Lieutenants|H. Irving Hancock
A delightful figure was that of a Moro dressed in a faded sarong drawn closely about him from waist to knee.A Woman's Journey through the Philippines|Florence Kimball Russel