junta

[ hoo n-tuh, juhn‐, huhn‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF junta
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My mission to the junta was speedily and successfully accomplished.

Indeed, some of the junta who do not frequent the house of the senora have remarked it.

The first thing to do is to find him—before the detectives of the junta do so.

The very fellow who tried to force his way into the quarters of the Junta!

"The Junta will have no cause to find their confidence misplaced," replied Liniers.

Has the day come for us to demand the appointment of this Junta?

"I for my part assure you that we will have no Junta," said Don Cornelio.

But we must repress with severity any such idea as the establishment of a Junta.

Why should you submit to be deposed by the Junta of Seville?

Are not the storehouses of the junta of supplies over there?

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