Al·va·ro [ahl-vah-raw] /ˈɑl vɑ rɔ/, 1880–1928, Mexican general and statesman: president 1920–24.

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Historical Examples of obregon

  • In 1760, a poor man named Obregon, a Spaniard, began to explore a new vein.


    Susan Hale

  • That you are an assassin sent by that horrible President Obregon?

  • The validity of the piece of paper that Mr. Hughes demanded of Obregon would rest upon international law.

    Behind the Mirrors

    Clinton W. Gilbert

  • Obregon's victories in 1915 drove Villa back to his old hunting grounds.

    Woodrow Wilson's Administration and Achievements

    Frank B. Lord and James William Bryan

  • That guy Obregon has promised to let all the refugees come back free and easy if he is elected, and no questions asked.

    Eve to the Rescue

    Ethel Hueston