American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Brazil on the Paraíba River northeast of Rio de Janeiro. It was founded in the 17th century. Population: 381,000.
“No one can seriously make that claim of Kagan, though I guess Paul Campos is trying.”
“On the coast I like Nexpa for the surf but it's not a really smooth swimming beach, Caleta de Campos is much nicer for that in Bahia Bufadero where they offer water rides and a large number of palapa restaurants with decent mariscos, the palapas all bundled together on one end of the bahia with the rest open to enjoy with private spots and smooth sand.”
“Paul Campos is an obvious Democratic troll, repeating whatever the talking point of the day is.”
“Except Paul Campos is a fourth rate scholar at a third rate school.”
“Pinup above by Shane Campos from the 2004 contest.”
“Some of the Indians here are very rich, and bury their money; and one, called Agustin Campos, who has beautified the church, as we read on an inscription carved on a stone outside, has thirty thousand dollars, is much respected, and has the addition of Don to his name, yet wears a coarse blanket like his fellow-men.”
““The real flaw in Campos’ and Mirengoff’s argument is the implicit assumption that being an outstanding dean requires you to be an outstanding scholar.””
“The real flaw in Campos’ and Mirengoff’s argument is the implicit assumption that being an outstanding dean requires you to be an outstanding scholar.”
“In other news, I like how since Paul Campos is liberal (and a rather strident critic of Kagan from the left, but mustn’t mention that), that makes him an expert on scholarly writing.”
“He developed these archetypes in Campos de Castilla (” Castilian Plains”) in such key poems as “La tierra de Alvargonzález,” and “Por tierras de España”, which are based on Biblical inheritance stories.”
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