- n a Spanish title or form of address for a married woman; similar to the English `Mrs' or `madam'
- Without her husband's written consent, a senora may not inherit property, may not manage money or businesses, may not witness a will, or may not take a job.
- Two of Braden's handiest assets in Latin America have been his greying senora's charm and judgment.
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- Episcopal church celebrates blessed event
Iglesia Episcopal Nuestra Senora De Guadalupe, an Episcopal church on Waukegan’s north side, on Sunday blessed a patch of land where in six months its namesake statue will stand. Rev. Narcisco Diaz, vicar, said the shrine, which will be erected on the south lawn of the church, located at 2415 Butrick St., has been in the works for two years. “It’s a place where people will come and pray, to be ...
June 30, 2013 - Lake County News-Sun
- Dana Perino in Newsday
This is a county that is a state sponsor of terror, one that is trying to disrupt the Senora government in Lebanon and one that is allowing foreign fighters to flow into Iraq from its borders,Perino said.