presidio

[ pri-sid-ee-oh; Spanish pre-see-th yaw ]SEE DEFINITION OF presidio
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She has contrived the escape of her rom, who was in the presidio at Tarifa.'

When he came to, he was lying in the guard-room of the Presidio.

Captain Bunker ez has just landed a company of dragoons to relieve the Presidio.

That went, and it had rested for a day at the Presidio, waiting burial.

On the second day after the fiesta there was a small dining party at the Presidio.

He did not slacken his pace until he drew bridle in the saguan of the Presidio.

They have told him something, else why should he be off to the Presidio so early?

At this hour he was at the Presidio, feasting and making merry.

Should you be taken to the Presidio, you must endeavour to escape on the way, or there is no hope.

I cannot learn whether you will be kept where you are all night, or be taken back to the Presidio.

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