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Cabrera

[Spanish kah-vre-rah] /Spanish kɑˈvrɛ rɑ/
noun
1.
Manuel Estrada
[Spanish mahn-wel es-trah-th ah] /Spanish mɑnˈwɛl ɛsˈtrɑ ðɑ/ (Show IPA),
Estrada Cabrera, Manuel.
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  • I am forbidden to reveal to any save General Cabrera alone my secret instructions!

    The Firebrand S. R. Crockett
  • Cabrera says Huehue-Tlapalan was the ancient country of the Toltecs.

  • Meanwhile Cabrera had been bending his brows over the note which had been directed to him personally.

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  • "I am not accustomed to wait for the morning," said Cabrera.

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  • Cabrera bit his lip for a moment, frowned still more darkly, and then burst into a roar of laughter.

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  • "Let me hear them—and as briefly as may be, seor," thundered Cabrera.

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  • The bands of Gomez and Cabrera entered the province, and spread devastation around.

  • "For that I do not give the snap of my finger," cried Cabrera.

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  • He had failed utterly with Cabrera, and as he came out the camp was still humming with the scandal concerning Concha.

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