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Sert

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  1. Jo·sé Ma·rí·a [haw-se mah-ree-ah] /hɔˈsɛ mɑˈri ɑ/, 1876–1945, Spanish painter.
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Historical Examples

  • It is now a miasmatic region, with scarcely an inhabitant, and bears the name Sert Kalessi.

    The Rand-McNally Bible Atlas

    Jesse L. Hurlbut

  • Elle sert de chemin naturel entre la frontire valaque et la frontire transylvaine.

  • Some folks is mean enough to bitterly a'sert that Dudes is strained in their manner an' fools from choice; but they ain't.

    The Old Soldiers Story

    James Whitcomb Riley

  • There appears to be no reason for identifying it with Sert except the resemblance of name.

    Plutarch's Lives, Volume II

    Aubrey Stewart & George Long

  • Elle sert au but immdiat et rapproch, qui est d'utiliser le mieux possible le matrial humain tel qu'il existe maintenant.

    Parenthood and Race Culture

    Caleb Williams Saleeby