mirador

[ mir-uh-dawr, -dohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF mirador

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And yet Luisa Valverde, looking down from the mirador, saw that now.

What is also common enough in that country, it was surmounted by a mirador, or “belvedere.”

Then she withdrew, and we were summoned again to the mirador.

At this point one of the favourites called us in from the mirador.

A stone-cast from the house was a mirador known to our conductress.

I will guarantee to make the Mirador look just as it used to look, and do it all with my own hands.

She shut herself up in her mirador, and gazed all day with streaming eyes upon the Vega.

Denin, who was in the garden, took it from the postman, at the new gate which led to the Mirador.

The Mirador garden lost something of its old spell for Denin.

You will also, Leroux, mount a culverin on the platform of the mirador, whence we shall command the course of the Gila.

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