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Francisco

[fran-sis-koh; Spanish frahn-sees-kaw, -thees-] /frænˈsɪs koʊ; Spanish frɑnˈsis kɔ, -ˈθis-/
noun
1.
a male given name, Spanish form of Francis.
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Examples for Francisco
  • She lived in san Francisco for a number of years and this influenced her writing.
  • Taking of abalone is not permitted south of the mouth of the san Francisco bay.
  • He took over the city of san Francisco, turning it into an island in the skies.
  • Afterwards, she shot her husband so she could leave him and be with Francisco.
  • Out of a converted closet in their pacific heights apartment in san Francisco.
  • Three years later, the family moved to san Francisco, california.
  • Within days she joined the cast in san Francisco to begin filming.
  • The san Francisco bay area is especially famous for its sourdough breads.
  • The san Francisco bay area is worldfamous for its crusty sourdough.
  • It is located in the east bay region of the san Francisco bay area.

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