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Pizarro

Francisco . ?1475--1541, Spanish conqueror of Peru. He landed in Peru (1532), murdered the Inca King Atahualpa (1533), and founded Lima as the new capital of Peru (1535). He was murdered by his own followers
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Jirov controlled the scheduled 10-round nontitle fight from the opening bell before putting Pizarro away with a hard left to the belly and a right to the chin as Pizarro held his aching gut.
Prior to Telefonica, Pizarro managed growth initiatives for organizations throughout the U.
Pizarro is a son of an associate probation officer in the Worcester Trial Court.
The duo race in the colours of the Gute Freunde Partnership, which is made up of Pizarro, Manchester City forward Roque Santa Cruz and another Manchester-based player, United midfielder Owen Hargreaves.
ON HIS WAY Claudio Pizarro will be sold by Chelsea in the summer
Pizarro, who replaced Paulo Ferreira at half-time, helped Chelsea to overturn a one-goal deficit within five minutes of the restart and is now looking forward to playing a part in Chelsea's vital clash with Liverpool at Anfield tomorrow.
The lead lasted only 10 minutes, however, as Pizarro equalised with a precise header from Juan Carlos Marino's free-kick before Bolivia went ahead for the second time on half-time as Joselito Vaca fed Campos, whose powerful volley left Butron with no chance.
Pizarro said: "I had some interesting offers but the most important thing was that I talked to the coach.
PULIDO and PIZARRO have been BPD officers since 1996 and CARRASQUILLO since 1999.
With fit-again Pizarro and Roy Makaay leading the Munich front line, Chelsea knew they could not take chances at the back and it needed a fine save from Petr Cech to prevent Pizarro's low drive from putting the Germans in front in two minutes later.