Batista


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Batista

Fulgencio , full name Batista y Zaldívar. 1901--73, Cuban military leader and dictator: president of Cuba (1940--44, 1952--59); overthrown by Fidel Castro
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Batista, brought up in the Beaumont Park area, was fighting on the undercard of a show headlined by former four-weight world champion Roy Jones Jnr, his promoter.
Batista, founder and CEO of the EBX Group, went from the seventh richest man in the world to ruin in less than two years and he is now alleged to have 1 billion dollars in debt.
While there are no guarantees in the law, Paul Batista, Empire's
The move by McMahon to bring back Batista might just be his alternative to sway his son-in-law Triple H from demanding the match with Sting.
Bruno Lemos Batista is a keen, thorough and timely reviewer who approached us himself, offering to assist with the review process for AJFAND.
Batista with a letter of recognition for her unparalleled work ethic and dedication to New York's fourth largest city.
If the police probe leads to criminal charges against Batista, it would be yet another major blow for a businessman once hailed as Brazil's model entrepreneur and symbol of its economic success.
By changing the balance of power, Batista hopes that the Hotel Inspector can be used to determine if cruise lines and hoteliers are keeping their cleanliness promises.
In July, Batista ceded control of power company MPX Energia SA to German utility E.
63 per cent preferred equity interest in Centennial Asset Brazilian Equity Fund LLC and other offshore holding companies of Batista.
That amount is secured by Batista assets, one of the people said, asking not to be named as details are private.
With his own stock pledged against loans used to support the companies, Batista saw many of his guarantees to bankers and investors become nearly worthless.