noun, plural ser·ra·nos.
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“This time, I decided to make the streets my studio, and so I got my 4X5 camera,” Serrano says.
Add diced red onion, minced Serrano pepper, chopped cilantro, and lemon juice.
Serrano, an unofficial member of the group, broke in excitedly.
Serrano, Pavia, and others are better known in the field of politics than in that of military action.Spain|Wentworth Webster
Serrano fortifies his position by various royal decrees and papal bulls.
Serrano asks the king to interpose his authority, and restrain the friars.
They were not even leaders in their trades, except Serrano and perhaps Katz.