Dario (Spanish daˈrio)
- Rubén (ruˈβen), real name Félix Rubén Garcia Sarmiento. 1867–1916, Nicaraguan poet whose poetry includes Prosas Profanas (1896)
Example Sentences Including 'Dario'
A socialist experiment gone awry in 1970s Italy is what inspired Dario Fo's farcical play We Won't Pay!
Edmonton Sun (2003)
A young woman from the Barrio Ruben Dario was stroking his face with the back of her hand and trying to talk to him.
After swallowing, the protective coating would dissolve and locomotion would begin," Dario told New Scientist.
New Scientist (2004)
Dario Kordich, Deputy President of the Croats, was also the Commander in the town.
Ecuador's campaign had everything, including an attack on coach Hernan Dario Gomez, who was shot in the leg by the group of men in a hotel.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
He has also starred for Bologna and Bonetti said: "We required cover for Artero and Dario can play on either side of the midfield.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Ruben Dario was a very famous Nicaraguan poet and he had travelled all over the world.
SCOTTISH driver Dario Franchitti, one of Indy's hottest properties, is cool right now on offers to switch codes to Formula One.
This clique, though never large, included Ringists who were close to Bardo, such as the diva, Nirvelli, and Dario Chu.
The Broken God
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