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When it was finished, the captain sent several men in it to examine the spot where the Spanish ship was said to have been wrecked.
No sooner had he spoken than the English sailors knew that they had found the very spot where the Spanish galleon had been wrecked, so many years before.
But, confidently as the captain had hoped to find the Spanish wreck, yet, now that it was really found, the news seemed too good to be true.
Now they beheld a table of solid silver, once the property of an old Spanish grandee.
How say you, Sir William, will you not try the smack of the famed Spanish swine, though we have but the brook water to wash it down?
he added in Spanish, "and how is it that you dare to wear the arms of Castile?
Dan and the ship's surgeon and I had been up to the great square, listening to the music of the fine military bands and contemplating English and Spanish female loveliness and fashion, and at nine o'clock were on our way to the theater, when we met the General, the Judge, the Commodore, the Colonel, and the Commissioner of the United States of America to Europe, Asia, and Africa, who had been to the Club House to register their several titles and impoverish the bill of fare; and they told us to go over to the little variety store near the Hall of Justice and buy some kid gloves.
I was told by a Spanish resident who had visited Ireland, that he had often sought for this substance, but had never been able to find any.
Spanish is getting more and more important these days.
Now its producers are taking the concept a step further - pitching dubbed shows to college professors as a better way to teach Spanish.
33) For example, Spanishness was connected to the Spaniards at the top of the pyramid, but members of other groups could claim to be associated with Spaniards or to have Spanish qualities in order to prove their legitimacy in the sanctioned domain.
This second group of sequences was compared with the corresponding VP1 5' end gene of 14 Spanish representative isolates selected according to their geographic origin (four from the Canary Islands and within the Iberian Peninsula, four from the north, four from the center of the peninsula, and two from the east).