American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Brazil on an offshore island in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of São Paulo. Settled in the 1540s, it is a major port, especially for coffee. Population: 416,000.
- n. a port city in southwestern Brazil on an offshore island near Sao Paulo
“YUNIEL GAMBOA, SANTOS: "They played better than us," says Yuniel from the Santos.”
“Guard Colbey Santos is the only player lost off the roster, so this will be an experienced crew coming back.”
“THE GOOD NEWS: New Hampshire has made it to the semifinals of the America East tournament in two straight years, and Bill Herrion heads into next season losing only guard Colbey Santos from a 13-17 team.”
“WARBREAKER cover artist Dan Dos Santos is the Artist Guest of Honor, and my Tor editor Moshe Feder is also a guest.”
“Her oldest child, 10-year-old Santos, is giving Harry Potter a try.”
“However, Santos is not officially running, claiming he will only run if president Uribe decides not to.”
“In the hardcover category: Dan Dos Santos is up for his cover for Mike Resnick's Stalking the Vampire (wonderful design by Nicole Sommer-Lecht).”
“Whittier parent committee member Evelin Santos said there's no space inside the school for a new library.”
“The former rebel group UNITA complains dos Santos is delaying work on a new constitution and subsequent elections to maintain his hold on power.”
“In an interview, he called Santos a "bright, and articulate and capable man.”
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