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Sorolla y Bastida

[ saw-raw-lyah ee bahs-tee-thah ]
/ sɔˈrɔ lyɑ i bɑsˈti ðɑ /
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noun
Joa·quín [hwah-keen], /ʰwɑˈkin/, 1863–1923, Spanish painter.
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