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señora (se·nyōrˑ·),

n in Curanderismo, the Mexican-American healing system, a practitioner from San Antonio. See also Curanderismo.
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She'll give hundreds of people The Senora charitable trust is now working to raise PS250,000 to launch the next phase of the large-scale training and restoration project, and to secure individual sponsorship for the trainees.
SENORA CRYSTAL: La /i/ de ingles, la /ll/ de lluvia, escribe dos palitos.
The Miracles of Our Lady / Los Milagros de Nuestra Senora.
Batman Senora could have a prep race before attempting to win the French equivalent of the King George VI Chase, two more runs and then the Grand National followed by the French Gold Cup.
Anyway, I could not take care of such a home and garden by myself any more than Senora Moreno could take care of hers without a squad of gardeners--then Indians, now illegal Mexicans.
La senora Berg, its title notwithstanding, is a case in point.
But Senora Adriana is not impressed by this vulgar man with the tough questions.
The company's mineral properties include Nuestra Senora in Sinaloa State, Mexico; Cochrane Hill and Caribou in Nova Scotia, Canada; and Lac Arsenault in Quebec, Canada.
Gomez and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, in conjunction with the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, the Queen of Angels Foundation, and the Iglesia de Nuestra Senora la Reina de los Angeles (the Our Lady Queen of Angels Church "La Placita"), will host the 5th Annual Grand Marian Procession, Votive Mass, and Feast of the principal Patroness of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles -- Our Lady of the Angels (Nuestra Senora de Los Angeles).
Campaigners are hoping to save the Senora, a 1908 vessel threatened with destruction.
Scorpio is a Toronto-headquartered silver producer, which owns the Nuestro Senora Mine in Mexico.
We are guessing the style statement Kate Upton was going for was sexy Italian senora.