2. (ciudadela) citadelle (f); forteresse (f)
While the machinist was alive, the family's economic situation had been relatively comfortable. Alcázar and Petra paid sixteen duros per month for their rooms on Relojo street, and took in boarders: a mail clerk and other railroad employés.
And this disquieted her. Her husband, Manuel Alcázar, had been an energetic, powerful man, and, towards his last days, harsh-tempered and brutal.
And now, straight from Paris, the new joy of the Alcazar, the king of comics,
Eve's due at the Alcazar in two hours.
Miss Alcazar, can you tell us what happened that night?
Look, Eve, we're going to the Alcazar Hotel with or without your cooperation.
I'm Claudio Alcazar, Babi's father.
Miss Alcazar, won't you take my call?
Mr. Lazare Gansor* replaced Mr. Jos* Jorge Alcazar Almeida in June 2000, Mr. Yuji Amamiya replaced Mr. Drofenik in September 2000.
See you at the Alcazar in an hour.