manta

[ man-tuh; Spanish mahn-tah ]SEE DEFINITION OF manta
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It is not the first time Tula has ruled an outfit, and it is not the manta!

Then her hand went under her manta and drew out the curved knife.

Tula had recovered her belt, and fastened it under the manta she wore.

Her eye became fixed upon one that was covered with a manta.

Assume the superior air of a real plainsman and speak of it as a "manta."

The manta, or sea-devil, of tropical America is Manta birostris.

He looked at the manta, now, like that of Avila, a mocking failure.

Miss Dolores had consented to wear a manta de Manila or soft shawl wound gracefully around her, and in her hair a red clavel.

The only booty made by landing at Manta, was the taking two old women prisoners.

My brother Manta made a head-stone for him, and painted it white, and put poor Moses's name and age on it.

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