Hospodar


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Hospodar

 

title of rulers of the Danubian principalities of Moldavia and Walachia from the 14th to the 19th centuries, used in Moldavian documents written in Russian from the 14th to the 18th centuries and also in Russian historical literature. In documents written in Rumanian and Moldavian, the title domnitor corresponds to it.

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Hospodar has more than 15 years of experience in health care, most recently as external area case manager for Kindred Hospital in Albuquerque.
Hospodar, a Natural Law candidate, received 1,100 votes, or 0.
Hospodar said his party's goal is to bring a new way of approaching problems to the political system.
Hospodar, a Santa Barbara businessman running on the Natural Law Party ticket.
Ventura resident Cary Savage, running on the Reform Party platform, also has taken out nomination papers, and Case, William Peebles, a Libertarian Party candidate from Simi Valley, and Stephen Hospodar, a Natural Law Party candidate from Santa Barbara, have until Dec.
Three other candidates have announced their intention to unseat Gallegly: Stephen Hospodar of Santa Barbara, Natural Law Party; William Peebles of Simi Valley, Libertarian Party; and Cary Savitch of Ventura, Reform Party.
Gillies, who never had more than 99 penalty minutes in any of his 12 seasons with the Islanders, was best remembered for battling such legendary tough guys as Dave Schultz, Terry O'Reilly and Ed Hospodar.
He faces Democratic challenger Bob Unruhe, a retired high school teacher from Ojai; Libertarian Gail Lightfoot, a registered nurse from Pismo Beach; and Natural Law candidate Stephen Hospodar, a marketing director from Carpinteria.
In Mani, we are treated to a spectacular digression on two kinds of hats, the gudjaman and the ishlik, both worn by Phanariot hospodars in the Danubian principalities of the Ottoman Empire.