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Rojas

[roh-hahs; Spanish raw-hahs]
noun
  1. Fer·nan·do de [fer-nahn-daw th e] /fɛrˈnɑn dɔ ðɛ/, c1475–1541?, Spanish writer.
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  • To the three women Rojas had been more than husband or father.

    The White Mice

    Richard Harding Davis

  • To the women the thought that Rojas might become president was intolerable.

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    Richard Harding Davis

  • “I have found an underground passage into the cell of General Rojas,” he said.

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    Richard Harding Davis

  • I did not understand,” he said, “that you knew the Rojas family?

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    Richard Harding Davis

  • But, to me, it looks like a rescue, for the only way they could rescue Rojas would be from the harbor.

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    Richard Harding Davis