American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Santa Anna, Antonio López de 1795?-1876. Mexican military and political leader who tried to crush the Texan revolt. Victorious at the Alamo (1836), he was soon after defeated and captured by the Texans. In the Mexican War he lost several major battles (1846-1847) to Gen. Zachary Taylor.
“Certain situations create doubt and in case of doubt the referee's decision goes in favour of the strongest, said Ballardini, Cagliari's third coach this season.”
“A friend of mine insists that the blindfolded figures on Cagliari's club crest are a nod to a bizarre punishment, writes Simon Howell.”
“Hitherto you have been Cagliari's wife, and the Marchioness”
“Months before, at a court ball to which Prince Cagliari's influence had procured the Marchioness Caldariva a much-coveted invitation, Benjamin”
“Scarcely had he gone, when Gabriel Zimandy presented himself to learn the object of Cagliari's visit.”
“After listening to this astounding accusation against him, Manasseh recognised that he was far more deeply in Cagliari's debt than he had supposed.”
“But the court is in mourning now, you know," was Cagliari's soothing reminder.”
“Benjamin Vajdar had left his affianced bride soon after seeing Princess Cagliari; he had then entered Cagliari's service as private secretary, and, a little later, divorce proceedings had been begun by the prince against his young wife.”
“Cagliari's Federico Marchetti, a player already primed for failure after starring in Italy's 2010 World Cup campaign.”
“A statement on Cagliari's official website confirmed the player had been made available for transfer.”
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