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  1. Pi·co Ri·ve·ra
    IPA[ˌpēkō riˈverə]
    • 1. a city in southwestern California, east of Los Angeles; population 63,138 (est. 2008).

    • (1886–1957), Mexican painter. He inspired a revival of fresco painting in Latin America and the US. His largest mural is a history of Mexico for the National Palace in Mexico City (unfinished, 1929–57). He was married to Frida Kahlo.
    • (1886–1957), Mexican painter. He inspired a revival of fresco painting in Latin America and the US. His largest mural is a history of Mexico for the National Palace in Mexico City (unfinished, 1929–57). He was married to Frida Kahlo.
    • (1870–1930), Spanish general and statesman; head of state 1923–30. He assumed dictatorial powers after leading a military coup. His son, José Antonio (1903–36), founded the Falange in 1933 and was executed by Republicans during the Spanish Civil War.
    • (1870–1930), Spanish general and statesman, head of state 1923–30. He assumed dictatorial powers after leading a military coup. His son, José Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903–36), founded the Falange in 1933 and was executed by Republicans in the Spanish Civil War.
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