American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Fuentes, Carlos Born 1928. Mexican writer known for his metaphysical short stories and novels about his homeland, notably The Death of Artemio Cruz (1962).
- n. Mexican novelist (born in 1928)
“Annette Fuentes is an editor at New America Media, an Internet-based news service with a primarily ethnic and immigrant media audience.”
“As far as my own comments, I would note that Fuentes is pretty pessimistic about the Mexican situation.”
“Pitching success could hinge on whether Fuentes is traded.”
“For all his critical and commercial success and political tergiversations, it would appear that Carlos Fuentes is a man very much in the market for a spiritual anchor.”
“Fuentes, who has nine saves this season, probably wouldn't grab many opportunities with the Yankees, but in the meantime, Fuentes is a must-own in all formats.”
“- I have wondered if one of the houses for sale in Las Fuentes is the one owned by the widow whose husband was murdered in a nearby field by mistake.”
“Brian Fuentes is expected to return from the disabled list this week and reclaim the closer's role soon afterward.”
“The Cuban government, in its most dramatic reform since Castro took over for his ailing older brother Fidel three years ago, is offering private farmers such as Fuentes the use of fallow state lands to grow crops -- for a profit.”
“By the time we reached the Villa Maria B&B in Fuentes, we had cycled past those turbines on a climb that had tested our spirits somewhat.”
“Liz and Javier moved to Fuentes seven years ago, opening their hotel two years later after restoring the 1900 building.”
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