American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Zapata, Emiliano 1879?-1919. Mexican revolutionary who led a revolt (1910-1919) for agrarian reforms, during which he captured Mexico City three times.
- n. Mexican revolutionary who led a revolt for agrarian reforms (1879-1919)
“VIVA ZAPATA: "I was less than convinced that Brando was Zapata.”
“And did the name Zapata help Bush and his partners in their new venture?”
“Officials in Zapata County, Texas, and Mexico are investigating the case.”
“Even before the Honor Guard has finished playing the Arrival March, Zapata is shot to death in a hail of bullets.”
“Mr. PACO MENDOZA (Local Chamber of Commerce President): Zapata is safe, Falcon Lake is safe, as long as you stay on the American side of the lake.”
“The sadness in Zapata's face in photos of him when he's older has always caught my attention.”
“If you are driving, you will be glad that the entire Ruta de Zapata is well marked with blue signs.”
“To Don Lucino, Emiliano Zapata is not just a historical figure; he is a real man who lived a real life.”
“8, 1873 Emiliano Zapata is born in the state of Morelos.”
“When Andrade was arrested in Zapata’s car, he told police he’d just stolen the car from a short distance away because the keys were in the ignition.”
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