- From Spanish (Wiktionary)
“Vera -- _Vera Nevill_!" was all he said; and then below his breath, as though his absolute amazement were utterly irrepressible: "_By Jove! _”
“One woman in twelve, registered under the name Vera Gooding.”
“I thought these kinds of businesses are to happen up in Vera and Sam's Triangle around SW 10th and Burnside.”
“In an effort to earn greater regard—and profits—from the mainstream fashion audience, she will place her famous name on her midpriced line of ready-to-wear, which is now called "Lavender" and will be called "Vera Wang.”
“The Longorias arrived in Vera Cruz in the summer of 1603, thus landing in North America seventeen years before the Mayflower!”
“The midprice line, which will be called Vera Wang, isn't in production yet.”
“The two of them would look quite celebratory in Vera Wang bridal gowns, giving sound advice.”
“Shouts and songs told them that the federal detachment holding the place was celebrating its indignation at the landing of American bluejackets in Vera”
“Vera is one of the supporters, along with current Education Minister Vallejo, who is behind the alternative to the UNE.”
“Because of his visibility and the trajectories as journalist both on television and in print, Vera is well-known person in Ecuador and local bloggers have their own opinions.”
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