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  • proper n. A 2006 storm, first hurricane of the season.

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Examples

  • As head policeman, Ernesto is in charge of the machinery of justice, including the uniformed police, the "special" police, the motorized police, the policia preventiva (prison guards), the prison system, the judicial police, and others.

    A conscientious civil servant

  • Ernesto is a connoisseur of contemporary Oaxacan art, and deals in fine oils and watercolors while maintaining an impressive personal collection, some of which decorate his temporary home in Oaxaca.

    A conscientious civil servant

  • Ernesto is a Mexican of average size, about 55 years of age if his white hair is any indication.

    A conscientious civil servant

  • Further, I learned that the skins were the property of one Captain Ernesto Becucci.

    Nothing That Ever Came to Anything

  • Well, thought I, this Captain Ernesto Becucci has shown himself to be such an undependable person, that, while I don't mind rewarding him for his composition, I fear me if I do I never shall lay eyes on those leopard skins.

    Nothing That Ever Came to Anything

  • And here, like one of George Moore's realistic studies, ends this intercourse with Captain Ernesto Becucci.

    Nothing That Ever Came to Anything

  • It’s looking more like Ernesto is nothing to worry abou [...]

    2006 August | Evil Genius Chronicles

  • It’s looking more like Ernesto is nothing to worry about.

    Moist Ride

  • LIN: CNN PRESENTS: In the Footsteps of bin Laden returns in just a moment, but we also want to let you know that we are keeping an eye on tropical storm Ernesto, which is churning in the Caribbean right now.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2006

  • And the storm called Ernesto pounding Florida and taking aim at the Carolinas.

    CNN Transcript Aug 30, 2006

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