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descanso

descanso  n.— «While a gravesite marks the resting place of physical remains, a descanso is intended to mark the place where the spirit left the body.» —“Americans find room for descansos” by Elda Silva San Antonio...

descanso

descanso  n.— «Williams said one of the cars came to rest against a descanso, or roadside cross often put up by family and friends to mark where someone died, usually in a traffic accident.» —“Fiery Crash on I-25 Kills...

descanso

descanso  n.— «Alongside Interstate 80 in Knowlton Township is something called a descanso, a Spanish word that means a roadside memorial. It is for state Trooper Philip Lamonaco.» —“Tenuous Bond Links Two Memorials” by Rod...

descanso

descanso  n.— «The practice of erecting memorials may have its origins in Mexico. Roadside memorials there are called descanso, which means resting place.» —“Roadside reminders” by Kelly Garbus Kansas City Star...

spizzerinctum

spizzerinctum  n.— «The mayor had a vistion,/In his slumbers he was troubled,/Dreamed he saw a huge petition/Signed by more than 80,000/Of the people of they city,/Praying for a referendum./…It was signed by Cephas Wojjers,/...

spizzerinktum

spizzerinktum  n.— «Letting down the bars, he stuck his thumb into the lean ribs of the donkey and when that resentful creature reared and kicked, chuckled with a boundless joy. “You’re [sic] spizzerinktum hasn’t all burned up yet...

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