American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northwest Spain on the Douro River northwest of Madrid. Because of its strategic location, it was frequently contested during the Middle Ages. Population: 66,100.
“HIV-positive Pedro Zamora from the San Francisco season, for example, put a face to the stigmatized disease of AIDS and did a world of good with his exposure -- even getting the recognition of then-president Bill Clinton.”
“There are more accomodations in Zamora, Tangancicuaro and Purepero.”
“GarcÃa Robles was born in Zamora, MichoacÃ¡n, March 20, 1911.”
“Winick's portrayal of Zamora is so fundamentally decent and heroic that the reader begins to wonder what's been left out.”
“However, although the road from Zamora is well-paved and pretty, it's not fast.”
“Seeing as you are in Zamora, I was wondering if you were familiar with the village of Etucuaro.”
“Zamora is known as the "Cradle and Home of Illustrious Men.”
“Thus Salamanca appeared in behalf of five hundred towns and fourteen hundred villages; and the populous province of Galicia was represented by the little town of Zamora, which is not even included within its geographical limits.”
“Tim Cridland, better known by his stage name Zamora The Torture King has spent years perfecting his chosen craft.”
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