a leather made from the skins of sheep that grow hair rather than wool, tougher than other sheepskins and used chiefly for gloves and shoes.
(mainly US) a soft leather obtained from the skins of certain South American or African sheep
any of several sea basses, especially Epinephelus analogus, of tropical eastern Pacific seas. noun any of various serranid food fishes, esp Epinephelus analogus, occurring in warm seas around Florida and the Caribbean
Juan Rodríguez [rod-ree-ges] /rɒdˈri gɛs/ (Show IPA), (Joao Rodrigues Cabrilho) 1499?–1543, Spanish explorer, born in Portugal: discovered California. Contemporary Examples The Billionaire and the Fugitive Meir Doron, Joseph Gelman July 22, 2011 Historical Examples History of California Helen Elliott Bandini Historic Towns of the Western States Various The Old Franciscan Missions Of California George Wharton […]
Saint Frances Xavier (“Mother Cabrini”) 1850–1917, U.S. nun, born in Italy; founder of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Contemporary Examples Mother Cabrini, Saint of the Green Card Michael Luongo November 10, 2014
noun short for cabriolet