toledo

[ tuh-lee-doh; for 1, 3, 4 also Spanish taw-le-th aw ]SEE DEFINITION OF toledo
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Until 1850, the facilities for education in Toledo were all in the future.

In this position he remained for a year, when he was induced to remove to Toledo.

Santa Maria of the Toledo, the white-haired protectress of the strangers!

Toledo is another old, old city in Spain—at one time the capital.

"He had a little drag when we were in Toledo, I think," said the mother.

In a car full of people a man asked me one day how I liked Toledo.

Corts afterwards set out for Toledo, where the court then was.

It was his, my Santayana's; he procured it from Toledo, from the master sword-maker of the universe.

Toledo was built on the site of Ft. Industry, erected in 1800.

There was no business conference on out at Toledo; no need for his presence there.

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