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  • The modern Spanish word padron, meaning an employer of indentured labor, captures the economic structure of patroonship; Mr. Collins’s simperings about his “patroness,” Lady Catherine de Bourgh, in Pride and Prejudice capture the social flavor.

    Alexander Hamilton, American

  • The "padron," or head of the boat, and six paddlers, made up, with Eph and Eric and the old Creole, ten in all.

    Golden Days for Boys and Girls Volume XIII, No. 51: November 12, 1892

  • I am full and satisfied, and smoking a padron stogie for the accomplishment.

    A more precise Texas chili recipe | Homesick Texan

  • Ian dropped by with three tomato plants (so looks we will try again to win the fight with blight) and a padron pepper, to which we added a few firecracker seedlings.

    New garlic, new order

  • This isn't just a strike, this is desertion and these deserters try to break those left to do the whole job by criticizing their shortcomings. angela padron

    We Listen – Your comments 2/3/2010

  • - Fino on Charlotte Street (www., offers tapas at their most elegant: try padron peppers and succulent lamb chops, washed down with a glass of sherry.

    Small But Perfectly-Formed

  • You would need to go through a broker that has someone listed as a "padron de importadores", though.

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  • These "pimientos padron" are something of a regional specialty of Galicia in neighboring Spain.

    Fried Padron Peppers

  • On this day, she had already run out of her pimiento de padron peppers.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • And a judge in Hawaii, rejecting a legal challenge to the large, padron collider.

    CNN Transcript Sep 29, 2008


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