"And that is all, senores," he concluded, with a courteous glance at his rising guests.
Her embrace, senores, must have been as cold as the embrace of a statue.
I suppose the Senores Gamacho and Fuentes knew what they were doing.
No, they never had heard of him, they lived so far away in the mountains, senores.
Ah, senores, you do not know how many barrancas there are that gutter these foothills!
And with a good-natured "Adios, Senores," he left the apartment.
“We will first show the Senores some of the wonders of the Guatavita kingdom,” said the smiling Indian.
You know, senores, in our country the bravest are not ashamed of the fear an earthquake strikes into all the senses of man.
Somehow, senores, though the flame of love has been kindled early in my breast, I have never married.
The taking of my little medicine will be as commonplace a thing as the smoking of tobacco, which I abhor, Senores.