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1. Bello joined with the.
2. BELLO: Ask for that every ten minutes.
3. Bello and Olmedo he was not a classical scholar.
4. Chile wasestablished at Santiago and Bello became its first rector.
5. BELLO: (His heavy cheekchops sagging) Adorer of the adulterous rump!.
6. BELLO: Down! (He taps her on the shoulder with his fan) Incline feet forward!.
7. BELLO: (Whistles loudly) Say! What was the most revolting piece of obscenity in.

8. Poetry in Venezuela begins with Bello, for the works of hispredecessors had little merit.
9. During the revolutionary period the most distinguishedpoets, after Bello, of that part of the.
10. In 1829, when already forty-eight years of age, Bello removedto Chile, and there entered upon.
11. Born in Caracas and educatedin the schools of his native city, Bello was sent to England inthe.
12. It is interesting that Andrés Bello, the foremost of Spanish-Americanscholars in linguistics and.
13. BELLO: (Shouts) Good, by the rumping jumping general! That's the best bit of news I heard these six weeks.
14. BELLO: Changed, eh? Our whatnot, our writingtable where we never wrote, aunt Hegarty's armchair, our classic reprints of old masters.
15. BELLO: (Points to his whores) As they are now so will you be, wigged, singed, perfumesprayed, ricepowdered, with smoothshaven armpits.
16. Take this to Don Juan Perez de Guzman, and say that this is a sample of the weapons we have used in laying Puerto Bello in the dust.
17. BELLO: You will make the beds, get my tub ready, empty the pisspots in the different rooms, including old Mrs Keogh's the cook's, a sandy one.
18. And so, when Campeche and Puerto Bello and Maracaibo fell to the buccaneers, the merchants of the Cup of Gold shrugged their shoulders and went about the usual business.
19. Now, when Captain Morgan had taken Puerto Bello, the Governor of Panama was filled with admiration and wonder that such a ragged band of ill-ordered men, and without uniforms, could capture such a city.
20. At Carthagena, Porto Bello, and La Vera Cruz, they had to encounter the competition of the Spanish merchants, who brought from Cadiz to those markets European goods, of the same kind with the outward cargo of their ship ; and in England they had to encounter that of the English merchants, who imported from Cadiz goods of the Spanish West Indies, of the same kind with the inward cargo.
21. I thought of the Stories I had read of Pyrates; of Henry Morgan’s notorious Practice of hoisting the decapitated Corpse of one of his Enemies from a Yardarm whilst the grisly Head dangl’d by a Tarry Rope from its Feet; of Ears and Noses sliced off as if they were so many Lumps of Butter; of maroon’d Men smear’d in Honey and left to the Ants; of Prisoners roasted alive to tell the Porto Bello Pyrates of their hidden Gold.

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