barrio

[ bahr-ee-oh, bar-; Spanish bahr-ryaw ]SEE DEFINITION OF barrio

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There was great feasting and celebration in the barrio that night.

Yet the inhabitants of this barrio are quite contented and fairly comfortable.

He received $100 per month, and had charge of the police in his barrio, or precinct.

They had reached the barrio where the meeting was to be held.

Their community lay between the Parian and the barrio of Laguio.

He became a capitan,2 and was greatly honored by the inhabitants of his barrio.

After he has found a barrio that suits him, he buys a house, a carabao, and a cart.

Mr Barrio has also, whilst I am correcting my proofs, delighted London with a servant who knows more than his masters.

Hardly daring to breathe, the barrio entered upon the fifth and occult day.

Turning the horses into the Aloran River at the ford we struck the high road near the barrio of Feliz.

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