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Allende

1. Isabel. born 1942, Chilean writer, born in Peru; her works include Eva Luna (1989), Paula (1995), and Daughter of Fortune (1999)
2. Salvador (sal[bb]a'[dh]or). 1908--73, Chilean Marxist politician; president of Chile from 1970 until 1973, when the army seized power and he was killed

Allende

(ah-yen -day) See meteorite.
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"Afectacion vial por bloqueo sobre Donceles y Allende, Col.
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JC3 is the building that houses CHESMA ACthe Comunidad Hebrea en San Miguel de Allende, Asociacion Civilwhich is an inter/nondenominational Jewish community representing some 1,000 Jews (the vast majority of them expats from the U.S.
As declassified CIA documents show, the government of Richard Nixon and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger influenced the military to overthrow Allende, and provided resources to deter any leftist movements in the country through the CIA.
SANTIAGO.--El 11 de septiembre de 1973 no solo se acabaron el gobierno de la Unidad Popular (UP) y la vida del presidente Salvador Allende. Tambien fue masacrado el dispositivo de seguridad presidencial conocido como GAP (Grupo de Amigos Personales).
Francois, a historian from France, describes the military coup that occurred in Chile in September 1973, which overthrew President Salvador Allende, ended Chilean democracy, and installed a violent dictatorship.
"Grief and loss are transformed into a healing friendship in this fantastic novel from Allende....
By Isabel Allende, Translated by Nick Calstor and Amanda Hopkinson, Atria Books, 342 pages, $28
Allende claimed that the plot was being coordinated by a mysterious "Grand Rabbi Gordon from New York" who allegedly met with Jewish leaders here in 1969.
According to (http://www.tvguide.com/news/jane-the-virgin-season-4-spoilers-isabel-allende/) TV Guide , Allende's works are very similar to Jane's, since they both mix their personal experiences with historical events.
By Isabel Allende, translated by Nick Caistor and Amanda Hopkinson
You'll lose plenty in life--people, energy and eventually independence, novelist Isabel Allende tells a TED2014 audience.