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Granados

Enrique , full name Enrique Granados y Campina. 1867--1916, Spanish composer, noted for the Goyescas (1911) for piano, which formed the basis for an opera of the same name
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Granado said the company planned to install five taps for gas along the pipeline - three in Presidio County, and one each in Brewster and Pecos - in case any companies want to serve residents there.
The dailies La Razon and Pagina Siete wrote that, despite the discouragement caused by the designation of the new attorney general, opposition groups--including those of Del Granado, Nuny, and Vargas--continue discussing forming a front.
However, del Granado said Hollywood is good at seeing which way the political winds are blowing and "they really want to be a part of what's going on.
Born in Argentina, Granado, 88, was a writer, doctor and scientist but was best known for his book Traveling With Che Guevara: The Making Of A Revolutionary.
Granado in early 2008 was sent to head Citgo and stop losses caused in some of its refineries and other assets in the US.
The film, in which Gael Garcia Bernal plays Che and Rodrigo De la Serna (a relative of Guevara) plays Granado, is based upon Guevara's journal of the trip, and Granado's later book, Con el Che por Sudamerica (later translated as Travelling with Che Guevara: The Making of a Revolutionary).
This unique book is a travel diary that chronicles a trip through South America in 1952 by Ernesto Guevara, later known as Che, and his best friend, Alberto Granado.
When a 23-year-old medical student named Ernesto Guevara de la Serna from Buenos Aires and his friend, a 29-year-old biochemist named Alberto Granado, began their trek across South America in 1952, they were thinking of little more than having some youthful adventures.
A shot of Granado as he now is, at the very end of the film, portrays him as a wise, serene, and far-seeing old man.
Ernesto 'Che' Guevara set off with his friend Alberto Granado (Rodrigo de la Serna) on the back of his ramshackle Norton motorbike in 1952.
It details a eight-month road trip in 1952 that 23-year-old Guevara and his friend Alberto Granado took--apparently with a beat-up Norton motorcycle--from Buenos Aires through half a dozen South American countries including Chile, Peru and Venezuela.
Doll, Sajay Rai, and Jose Granado define the digital frontier as the tradeoff between productivity gains from the use of computer technology and probability of failure of that system due to unauthorized use of the system.