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Posada used the skeleton as a way of talking about politics, commenting on life.
It is tempting to think that Posada would be proud of how far his calavera images have traveled.
“We are going to do what we need to do to be here for our patients,” says Posada.
Rivera and Jeter are certain Hall of Famers while Pettitte and Posada will get some consideration.
Most of these good people had passed the night in the stables of the posada.Italy; with sketches of Spain and Portugal|William Beckford
Towards night he reaches some small village where he seeks the rude posada.Unexplored Spain|Abel Chapman
Accursed gypsy, how dare you enter this posada and speak before me in that speech?
The streets were filthy—so were the houses, and especially the posada.
We went to a posada in the suburbs, the only one, indeed, which the place afforded.