Fran·cis·co de Pau·la [frahn-sees-kawthe pou-lah], /frɑnˈsis kɔ ðɛ ˈpaʊ lɑ/, 1792–1840, South American soldier and statesman: president of New Granada 1832–37.
a seaport in N Spain: Altamira prehistoric cave drawings nearby.
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How to use Santander in a sentence
Santander’s publicly available plan, according to the Net Zero Tracker, is incomplete, as it does not make clear how proposed measures will reduce CO2 emissions, and it lacks formal accountability strategies.As More Companies Make Net-Zero Pledges, Some Aren’t as Good as They Sound | Eloise Barry | November 15, 2021 | Time
Mullins’s and Santander’s home runs in the fourth gave the Orioles two in a three-batter span after they hit only one in their first five games.Orioles end long skid in New York with 4-3 win in 11 innings | Nathan Ruiz | April 8, 2021 | Washington Post
Santander’s outfield assist prevented New York from erasing a one-run lead for the third time in the late innings, with Chance Sisco’s pinch-hit RBI single in the 11th holding up as the winning hit.Orioles end long skid in New York with 4-3 win in 11 innings | Nathan Ruiz | April 8, 2021 | Washington Post
Companies who have employed Ironhack graduates include Capgemini, Siemens and Santander, the company said.Miami-based Ironhack raises $20 million for its coding bootcamps as demand for coders continues | Jonathan Shieber | January 20, 2021 | TechCrunch
The unexplained story is the large and reputable organizations damaged, like HSBC, RBS, Santander, BNP Paribas, Nomura, and so on.
Santander had, from the commencement of the revolution, dedicated himself with enthusiastic constancy to the cause of his country.
In Casanare, the president formed a junction with the division of Santander, two thousand strong.
Arms were sent to General Santander, who was endeavouring to raise a division in Casanare.
Santander, another South American hero, was also a disciple, and encouraged the study of Bentham.The English Utilitarians, Volume I. | Leslie Stephen
Bolivar and Santander were both relected for a second term, commencing on the 1st of January, 1827.Great Events in the History of North and South America | Charles A. Goodrich
British Dictionary definitions for Santander
a port and resort in N Spain, on an inlet of the Bay of Biscay: noted for its prehistoric collection from nearby caves; shipyards and an oil refinery. Pop: 184 778 (2003 est)
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