Definition of Cortinas
1. cortina [n] - See also: cortina
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cortinas
Literary usage of Cortinas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Memoirs of Robert E. Lee: His Military and Personal History, Embracing a by Armistead Lindsay Long, Marcus Joseph Wright (1886)
"The cortinas Raid. — Return to Arlington. A^TER the conclusion of the treaty negotiations with Mexico, Colonel I/ee returned home with the ..."
2. Twenty Years Among the Mexicans: A Narrative of Missionary Labor by Melinda Rankin (1875)
"... the work—Severe affliction and sickness—Touching fidelity of a Mexican woman—The bandit cortinas—Brownsville invaded—Four weeks absence in Matamoras—A ..."
3. Regimental History: Three Hundred and Forty-first Field Artillery, Eighty by Robert Davis, John Joseph Pershing (1919)
"... Jose L. cortinas, Hans Hanson, Jesse L. Hays and Ora C. Triplett. To Battery C, then, belongs the record of having occupied more positions on the front, ..."
4. Maximilian in Mexico: The Story of the French Intervention (1861-1867) by Percy Falcke Martin (1914)
"... increasing difficulties—General Vidaurri—United States Government assists Liberals—Facilities for importing arms—General cortinas and the United States— ..."