from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Juan Carlos Born 1938. King of Spain (since 1975) who acceded to the throne on the death of Francisco Franco and helped restore parliamentary democracy.
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- n. king of Spain since 1975 (born in 1938)
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I guess I got busy, because the hutch and the rabbits were still in the barn in the evening when Juan Carlos Lindé, a friend from Argentina—now living in Berlin—whom we are paying to do the plastering and painting on the third floor, a job I had promised to do some months ago, so he can make the money he needs to buy a new surfboard and return to Germany to find a local girlfriend before the notoriously drab and rainy Berlin winter sets in, remarked, “Hey, you have baby rabbits!”
I dont know what possessed me to turn around and declare to the woman closest to me, Im in love with Juan Carlos Romaguera!
At Madrid's King Juan Carlos University, for instance, a study found that in Spain -- the very country Obama has held out as the exemplar of greening (and with only a 19-plus percent unemployment rate!) -- every green job created had destroyed 2.2 jobs in other sectors of the economy.
King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia of Spain came for an overnight at Camp David with their friends and ours, Bob and Georgette Mosbacher.
His name was Juan Carlos Romaguera, and I couldnt contain the overwhelming feelings I had for him.