garetta

garetta

Same as garretta.
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Dinenage had portrayed herself as a proud mum and devoted wife to Royal Navy officer Carlos Garetta. But she estimated he had been away at sea for six or seven of their 10 years of marriage.
(40.) Jacques Roubaud et Anne Francoise Garetta, Ems melancolique (Paris: Grasset, 20409).
They made a good record, their heroic conduct at Cerro Gordo, Chapultapec, and Garetta de Berlina won them high renown and the commendation of their venerated commander-in-chief.
5, for Garetta Barker of Portland, formerly of Eugene, who died Oct.
The group has changed, particularly in the last five years when historical figures have disappeared and new writers or intellectuals have been co-opted: Grangaud, Metail, Garetta, Jouet, Cerquiglini, to mention just a few of the new names associated with the current movement.