- Spanish (Wiktionary)
“Pampero is from a sketch by Mr. Hugh Aird, of Glasgow.”
“August a steamer called the Pampero departed from New Orleans for Cuba, having on board upward of 400 armed men with evident intentions to make war upon the authorities of the island.”
“The north wind, humid and warm, and in summer even suffocating, charges the atmosphere with electricity, causing general debility and nervous troubles; but this wind never lasts for more than three days, and generally changes to a south-east wind, bringing rain or storm, upon which there follows the cold, dry south-west wind called the Pampero, which clears the sky.”
“Very early in the morning of the 3d of August a steamer called the Pampero departed from”
“He has been joined by thousands of other Venezuelans, and Houston shops now stock native delicacies like Pampero aged rum and guayanés cheese.”
“Pampero Firpo says: kelso: The “destabilize” theory works for me.”
“My bad, I see that you were actually quoting Pampero Firpo.”
“I think Pampero has it pegged when he says that seeing that Bush, the dullard and failure is causing Sam to feel stupid, so he is lashing out at Democrats.”
“The Pampero, highly charged with ozone, exercises a disinfecting influence and serves to purify the vitiated atmosphere of the thickly populated sections of the city.”
“_Pampero_, in command of a force of about four hundred, largely composed of young Americans who had been lured into the enterprise by assurance of thrilling adventure and large pay.”
‘Pampero’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Pampero.