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Soares

Mário . born 1924, Portuguese statesman; prime minister of Portugal (1976--77; 1978--80; 1983--86); president of Portugal (1986--96)
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The United research began early when Soares (inset, training with boss Ronald Koeman) watched their Champions League defeat at PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday.
Executive director of football Les Reed believes the signing of Soares can only help bolster the squad for the challenges ahead.
In the third-set match tiebreak, Mirza and Soares got a mini-break for a 3-1 lead.
Mrs Soares joined the European Commission in 1989 in the Directorate General for Research and Innovation, holding different management positions in areas ranging from administration and finance to researchers' mobility and energy.
Soares next hopes to study whether other creatures living without light, such as cave salamanders, also have become partially deaf.
There is another defence strategy that provides disease tolerance to malaria, reducing disease severity without targeting the parasite, as recently highlighted by Miguel Soares and collaborators in the journal Science.
In September and October, Eletropaulo laid off a total 372 employees and eliminated 68 hierarchical job positions as part of its restructuring strategy, Soares revealed.
Soares disclosed financial relationships with AstraZeneca, Bristol-Myers Squibb, CIHR, Eli Lilly, Lundbeck, Moven Pharmaceuticals, NARSAD, and Pfizer, but reported having no conflicts with respect to this study.
This will attract better papers and increase the impact factor of the journal," says Soares.
Chris Sharp cut in from the right to fire a left-foot shot in the second and 17th minute but was unable to beat the keeper Louie Soares saw a well hit 20-yarder well saved at the foot of the Telford post.
Oman United Engineering Services (OUES) and Portugal's Sociedade de Construcoes Soares da Costa have won a contract to build road infrastructure linking the new Muscat International Airport with the Muscat Expressway.
TOM SOARES admits his career has ground to a halt but reckons joining Hibs can get both himself and the club on the up again.