American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Gama, Vasco da 1460?-1524. Portuguese explorer and colonial administrator. The first European to sail to India (1497-1498), he opened the rich lands of the East to Portuguese trade and colonization.
“Try El México de Frida, 656 Valentin Gama (a side street).”
“A minute later, he forgot the incident, but as soon as he caught sight of Diaz 'face, at the workshop door, that hint of foreboding in Gama's tone vaguely recurred to him.”
“There was a subtle note in Gama's voice that made Abel look sharply at him.”
“Cape Verde or for wherever he thinks Gama is likely to pass.”
“Gama is a ranch, and a poor, dirty one, in a desolate spot.”
“It is a sacred stone, and is believed to have the form of a great frog, gama; wherefore it is called Gama-ishi, the”
“Bala is currently casting for the film, which will be titled Gama The Great.”
“Their style is a shield in the urban jungle, a way to identify and defend themselves against other city natives, Gama argues.”
“Gama gives the subculture a term—Mazahuacholoskatopunk—that amalgamates those urban cultural subgroups and adds a reference to the Mazahua nation.”
““These guys are responding to the binationality we are living in Mexico,” Gama tells me one day.”
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