Examples of fiesta in a Sentence
the city's Latinos have a series of fiestas throughout the summer
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This year marks the 72nd anniversary of the messy fiesta.
Family, friends, neighbors and strangers are all invited to a fiesta, which may be held in someone's yard, on the beach or at a church.
Bride-to-be Ronda Rousey is planning a laid-back fiesta in the Aloha State.
The fiesta will run from 3:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and will feature food and music from around the world.
Tequila tastings, live music, a Chihuahua Beauty Contest, about 50 local restaurants dishing out tacos and beverages stations serving margaritas, beer, water and soda: Cincinnati's Taco Festival is set to be the biggest fiesta of the summer.
The trip coincides with multicultural fiesta at a church in Hartford, Connecticut; and a concluding celebration in Essex, Connecticut on July 8.
The Nov. 1 game against the Giants was an absolute flag fiesta, with Browner drawing calls for unnecessary roughness, defensive holding (twice) and defensive pass interference.
FIESTA DE MAYO: The Outlets at San Clemente host a fiesta with food, local mariachis, Ballet Folklorico, balloon artists and face painters. 1-4 p.m. May 6.
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: a public celebration in Spain and Latin America with parades and dances in honor of a saint
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