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pastor

1. a clergyman or priest in charge of a congregation
2. a person who exercises spiritual guidance over a number of people
3. a S Asian starling, Sturnus roseus, having glossy black head and wings and a pale pink body
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Pastora has, for decades, consistently advocated for the best interests of the entire organization, including shareholders, customers, employees, and communities.
In that sense, Pastora is also Colombia, a country of great pain that does not resign itself, a place that moves and continues to struggle, inspired by an inner strength that we still don't understand.
Stanton's Hemingway and Spain: A Pursuit (171), Allen Josephs believes that Hemingway "based Pilar on Pastora Imperio" (76).
Gordon Wasson, best known for his research on hallucinogenic mushrooms, was the first visitor to describe his own experiences with ska Maria Pastora.
Contra leader Eden Pastora, who received "paramilitary and financial assistance from the CIA beginning in late 1981," also accepted financial assistance, cars and housing in 1984 from one of the drug traffickers Webb profiled, according to a federal investigation.
Elizabeth Bustos Uribe works as the Barrio Adentro clinic nurse in Casco Central, Parroquia La Pastora, Caracas.
Yet another green area of this industrial giant is the Parque de la Pastora in the Guadalupe municipality.
In the entire history of Venezuela the best thing that has happened is this government," said Gregoria Vina, 43, a lawyer who lives in the working-class neighborhood of La Pastora.
Kriegseisen, "Podroze i projekty pastora Bogustawa Jelitko Kopijewicza," in Ludzie-Kontakty--Kultura XVI-XVII w.
In his chapter on Trinidad's La Divina Pastora, Gerald Boodoo shows how this syncretic goddess figure of Amerindian, Hindu, and Christian provenance provided a space for resistance and survival.
In June 2004, the Government prohibited La Pastora Catholic Church in Santa Clara from distributing donated medicine and soap.