Definition of Borges
1. Noun. Argentinian writer remembered for his short stories (1899-1986).
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Literary usage of Borges
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History and Nature of International Relations by Edmund Aloysius Walsh, Stephen Pierce Duggan (1922)
"Hence, when Dr. Esteban Gil borges, the Minister of Foreign Relations of Venezuela, ... The paper given below was read by Dr. borges on this occasion. ..."
2. Brazilian biographical annual by Joaquim Manuel de Macedo (1876)
"DOIM borges DE BARROS ... sou of Captain- major Francisco borges de Barros and D. Luiza borges de Barros, was born in the city of S. Salvador da Bahia. ..."
3. Police Brutality in Urban Brazil by James Cavallaro, Anne Manuel (1997)
"... borges Serrano and a friend were riding horses in the Peixinhos favela on the outskirts of Recife when they came across some military police. ..."
4. Final Justice: Police and Death Squad Homicides of Adolescents in Brazil by Ben Penglase (1994)
"... borges Serrano was shot by the Pernambuco military police in the favela of Peixinhos, near the city of Olinda, on January 17, 1991. ..."
5. Credits and Collections: The Factors Involved and the Methods Pursued in by T. J. Zimmerman (1904)
"... IX CREDITS AND COLLECTIONS IN A MANUFACTURING HOUSE BY BERTHOLD E. borges Of The ... borges ..."