De la Torre, therefore, requested the father guardian to converse on the subject with vela Nunnez.
It is true that the Napoleon I. of vela is a beautiful statue.
His most western point was the province of Cuquibacoa and the Cabo de la vela.
Like the Greek or Asiatic litter, it had a roof of skin (pellis) and side curtains (vela, plagae).
I do not know whether vela ever did put the group into marble.
vela, the Ticinese sculptor, has produced a fine group of relievi as a memento of the many poor victims of the great undertaking.
Leaving these friendly Indians, Ojeda pursued his way along the coast to the westward, until he reached cape de la vela.
At first vela Nunnez was on his guard, lest it might be a false confidence devised for his ruin.
vela, velawe are going to Wrth now, and we forget that it is Sunday!
vela Nunnez, his own brother, was made captain-general of the troops.
velum ve·lum (vē'ləm)
n. pl. ve·la (-lə)
An anatomical structure resembling a veil or curtain. Also called veil, velamen.
See greater omentum.
A serous membrane or membranous envelope or covering.