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Rojas

[ roh-hahs; Spanish raw-hahs ]

noun

  1. Fer·nan·do de [fe, r, -, nahn, -daw , th, e], c1475–1541?, Spanish writer.


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After an Inter-American Court on Human Rights’ ruling in 2020, Peru was compelled to formally recognize its culpability in Rojas’ abuse.

Toned and tattooed, Rojas gives classes that are often packed with women hoping to get some hands-on instruction.

I'm not the only one who watched the reunion of Rojas and his mistress, Susana Valenzuela, with mixed emotions.

There is an excellent account of all the vines of Andalucia by Rojas Clemente.

The other inquisitor, who was Juan de Rojas, in a written opinion, called for four years of exile and a heavy fine.

He dared not inform even the leaders of the Rojas party of the proposed rescue.

With no doubt the best of motives, you have allied yourself with what is known as the Rojas faction.

He now saw why Señora Rojas had received him in the presence of so large an audience.

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