- n. A female given name.
- From Spanish Dolores. (Wiktionary)
“One of my favourite restaurants in Dolores is El Rodeo on the Calzada Mariano Balleza at the corner of Calle Dolores Hidalgo (near the market).”
“She adopted the name Dolores Reade, borrowed from stage actress Florence Reed.”
“We have received a strong recommendation for a hotel in Dolores Hidalgo.”
“Also, of course, on the Plaza in Dolores there are all the competing ice cream carts with the crazy flavors.”
“You know, I did the same and have found Talavera Castillo in Dolores Hidalgo and do business with them.”
“Can't Post | Private Reply only 6 more days until Mexico's 199th birthday, and yes it all started here in Dolores!. .elaborate preparations for 2010 and the bicentennial celebrations began long ago, it will be THE place to be at midnight on sept 15th 2010! see you here!”
“Sonóma, to avoid confusion, it was popularly called Dolores, that is to say, the mission on the Dolores.”
“She called Dolores, whom Mysie was inviting to be one of the village maidens, and bade her put on her things quickly.”
“Don't you know what Swinburne says, in "Dolores" -- you've read it in the Poems and Ballads I gave you --”
“But I did find one promising obscurity, a drink called the Dolores Cocktail.”
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