Definition of Carabineros
1. carabinero [n] - See also: carabinero
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Literary usage of Carabineros
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Spanish Archives of New Mexico: Comp. and Chronologically Arranged with by Ralph Emerson Twitchell (1914)
"... Clothing of the cabos, carabineros, and soldiers of the company. (3) Riding equipment of the same. DS Chacon. If 1801 NAVAJOS, Spanish Relations with. ..."
2. Wild sports in Europe, Asia and Africa by Edward Hungerford D. Elers Napier (1844)
"... mess—Old stories of India—A projected excursion—Narrative of the King—A sortie by night from the garrison—Capture of the party —Spanish carabineros—The ..."
3. A Spanish Holiday by Charles Marriott (1908)
"The so strangely mingled hospitality of carabineros was proving too much for my head, and we insisted firmly that we must go on to Ondarroa. ..."
4. Limits of Tolerance: Freedom of Expression and the Public Debate in Chile by Sebastian Brett, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1998)
"Retaliation against human rights lawyer Hector Salazar The uniformed police, carabineros, have filed sedition charges on at least two occasions against ..."
5. Revelations of Spain in 1845 by T. M. Hughes (1845)
"A little army of carabineros opposed the smuggling transaction, but the townspeople, almost to a man, turned out armed; a pitched-battle ensued, ..."