Al·ca·lá [ahl-kah-lah], /ˌɑl kɑˈlɑ/, Niceto Alcalá Zamora y Torres, 1877–1949, Spanish statesman: 1st president of the Republic 1931–36.
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How to use Zamora in a sentence
Zamora had had a dramatic life up until appearing in the show.
Zamora encouraged Winick to take on public speaking on HIV and AIDS.
Of Zamora, the children have always asked questions, which Winick and Ling try and answer as openly as possible.
Zamora thought audiences would listen to Winick more precisely because he was a “white, straight, college boy.”
Watching Zamora fall in love with his then-partner Sean Sasser was significant.
The dark-skinned people of Zamora paid him tribute, as did the eastern provinces of Koth.The Devil in Iron | Robert E. Howard
A town 12 kilometers by road southeast of Zamora; mesquite-grassland and irrigated fields.
A village on the Mexican Plateau, 26 kilometers southwest of Zamora; mesquite-grassland and pine-oak forest.
A small town, 4.3 kilometers by road southwest of Zamora; mesquite-grassland.
In 1072 Sancho besieged Zamora, which one of his sisters, whom he had likewise despoiled, held out against him.Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 5 of 8 | Various
British Dictionary definitions for Zamora
a city in NW central Spain, on the Douro River. Pop: 65 639 (2003 est)
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