Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Valdo, Peter See Peter Waldo.

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Examples

  • Manuel Bruque/European Pressphoto AgencyValmiro Lopes, known as Valdo, knows his club Levante is currently No. 1 in Spain.

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  • Coyle is also interested in Espanyol right winger Valmiro Rocha, known as Valdo, who would cost around £300,000.

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  • Villarreal had previously dropped only two points at home, but Levante's line of five defenders succeeded in disrupting the "Yellow Submarine's" normally potent attack, and Valmiro "Valdo" Lopes scored the visitors' winner in the 49th minute.

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  • At Ciutat de Valencia stadium, Valmiro "Valdo" Lopes scored Levante's opener in the 47th.

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  • However, Levante roared back at the start of the second half and scored twice in five minutes either side of the hour mark through Nano and Valdo.

    La Liga round-up: Levante beat Real Sociedad to return to the top

  • Valdo and some of the rest of the crew were also in the place, eating together at a large table.

    The Body Ricardo

  • Even Valdo made a point of personally congratulating him.

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  • As Lee was counting out the money, Valdo asked, "How long since you rodeoed?"

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  • In Rio Bravo, Valdo told him that his breaking-in period only had two more days to go, because despite his poor performances, he obviously was an experienced rodeoer and would have to join in the regular rotation of the bulls; no more getting Pepe every time out.

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  • It was entirely subjective; there were a couple of local politicians in the box, but Valdo actually did the judging, and he saw that his regular riders shared pretty much in the prize money.

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