Ciudad del Carmen.
a male or female given name: from a Latin word meaning “song.”.
an opera (1875) by Georges Bizet.
one of the crew of a streetcar or the like, as the motorman.
Carmen Ejogo as Sister is spectacularly beautiful and an incredible actress, Jordin Sparks fulfills all her American Idol promise.
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Jorge Barahona married divorcee Carmen Armesto in Coral Gables, Florida, in 1996.
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Among the winners from episode three: Kyle Grooms, Carmen Lynch, and Brian McKim.
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Advocates of austerity cited a powerful study by two acclaimed economists, Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff.
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The contest for city attorney will feature the incumbent, Carmen Trutanich, against assemblyman and former councilman Mike Feuer.
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Upon the Sunday of Pedro’s great bullfight, Carmen awoke early.
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Cigarette, shawl and manner suddenly reminded him of Carmen.
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She would get Carmen to hypothecate her own interest in this new company, if necessary.
Carmen Ariza Charles Francis Stocking
Carmen, how often have I told you that I do not like these reminiscences?
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“I think I have a right to know what my husband’s last wishes were,” Carmen answered, firmly.
The Golden House Charles Dudley Warner
noun (pl) -men
a man who drives a car or cart; carter
a man whose business is the transport of goods; haulier
(US & Canadian) a tram driver
French opera by Georges Bizet (1838-1875), premiered in Paris March 3, 1875. As a proper name, it can represent (especially in Italian and Spanish) a diminutive of Carmel/Carmelo or Latin carmen “song, poem, incantation, oracle” (see charm (n.)).
One of the most popular of operas, composed by Georges Bizet, and first produced in the late nineteenth century. The title character is known for manipulating men. One of her victims, a Spanish soldier, arranges for her to escape from jail, but she later abandons him for a bullfighter, and he stabs her. The pieces “Habanera” and “Toreador Song” are well-known excerpts from Carmen.
Rudolf P. 1891–1970, U.S. philosopher, born in Germany. noun Rudolf. 1891–1970, US logical positivist philosopher, born in Germany: attempted to construct a formal language for the empirical sciences that would eliminate ambiguity
any of numerous cultivated varieties of the clove pink, Dianthus caryophyllus, having long-stalked, fragrant, usually double flowers in a variety of colors: the state flower of Ohio. pink; light red. Obsolete. the color of flesh. having the color carnation. Contemporary Examples Justin, a 4-year-old West Highland terrier from Long Island, was having his face hair-sprayed […]
a customs document allowing an automobile to be driven at no cost across international borders. Historical Examples The brothers carnet were regarding the two young men with pity. Chance in Chains Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull Mr. carnet desired us to have patience, and we should find some at the place where our caravan waited. […]
a traveling amusement show, having sideshows, rides, etc. any merrymaking, revelry, or festival, as a program of sports or entertainment: a winter carnival. the season immediately preceding Lent, often observed with merrymaking; Shrovetide. Contemporary Examples Their attitude, Lipsyte says, was, “We’re all of the carnival, and the rubes”—aka, the readers—”are out there.” On the Peninsula […]