noun, plural pe·dros. Cards.
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A third medic, Pedro Adorno, was out front and he joined them.'Please Don't Die!': The Frantic Battle to Save Murdered Cops|Michael Daly|December 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The dealership called the Hercules team “right then and there,” Pedro Sr. said.
That factor may have come into play on the Fourth of July, when police encountered 14-year-old Pedro Rios Jr.
Rather than ditch the gun and run as a New York kid might, the younger Pedro allegedly pointed it at the officers.
His father, Pedro Rios Sr., would later suggest that the boy might have been carrying the gun for a gang.
When Pedro the Cruel had prevailed upon the prince to defend his cause, the princess bitterly bewailed her husband's decision. 'The Book-Hunter at Home|P. B. M. Allan
His wife and her sister, the princess of Beira, widow of his first cousin the infante Pedro, were less scrupulous.
There was old Lazybones, as Pedro had named the one who, presenting the greatest girth, had to carry the largest pack.Unexplored!|Allen Chaffee
When near enough to speak, Fray Pedro stopped, and stood patiently waiting for a moment when he might catch the navigator's eye.Mercedes of Castile|J. Fenimore Cooper
Pedro gladly went, and all that day tried ineffectually to conciliate the angry man by patience, gentleness, and obedience.The White Shield|Myrtle Reed