American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Garcia, Jerome John Known as "Jerry.” 1942-1995. American musician who gained fame as the cofounder and lead guitarist of the folk-rock group the Grateful Dead (1965-1995).
- From Spanish García. (Wiktionary)
“Never had the great Garcia (_il gran Garcia_) demeaned himself by singing falsetto like the paltry tenors of to-day -- _tenoracci_; always from the chest, from the chest, _voce di petto, si!”
“SOUTH AMERICA ARGENTINA garcia, prof. muhammad isa Garcia was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.”
“Rivera then was informed the Daily News and Vista Semanal had a recording of the Spanish radio station interview in which he called Garcia an esbirro.”
“The One Hundred (A Guide to The Pieces Every Stylish Woman Must Own) by Nina Garcia is a fabulous treasure of a book.”
“He also said that his Lt. Governor choice, Joe Garcia, is a "rock star.”
“Jeff Garcia is gone and that leaves Byron Leftwich and the Leftovers.”
“Baffert says he hasn't decided who will ride Lookin At Lucky, but jockey Martin Garcia is among those under consideration.”
“Santos Garcia is a long-time hunter and says he's been processing meat in his back yard for years ....”
“Baffert put him on Conveyance, the pacesetter who faded to 15th in Garcia's first Derby.”
“Meanwhile junior quarterback Stephen Garcia is having a breakout year teaming up with sophomore wideout Alshon Jeffery, a mid-season All-American who has already caught 49 passes for 848 yards and six touchdowns this season.”
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