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Almada

a town in S central Portugal, on the S bank of the Tagus estuary opposite Lisbon: statue of Christ 110 m (360 ft.) high, erected 1959. Pop.: 160 826 (2001)
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Ningun otro artista portugues del siglo XX tuvo mas encargos que Almada Negreiros, aunque, hasta 1969, el no fue una figura muy conocida de la poblacion de Lisboa; de ahi la admiracion del publico despues de su (primera y unica) intervencion en la television.
Fue una experiencia muy agradable trabajar con Almada.
Just shortly before a hearing with the National Labor Relations Board, Almada and another fired nurse reached a settlement with Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, which agreed to pay them nearly $30,000 each in back wages.
No sabia que a una mujer podian matarla por el solo hecho de ser mujer", escribe Almada en el primer capitulo del libro cuando recuerda el momento en el que se entero del asesinato de Andrea Danne: "Yo tenia trece anos y esa manana la noticia de la chica muerta me llego como una revelacion.
My father always wanted us children to have an American education," said Mel Almada, Baldomero's younger son, early in his baseball career.
Almada entende e anuncia que o corpo e a nudez criam uma significacao que e uma mensagem de modernidade.
28, Almada visited the Holy See in the Vatican, where he delivered a letter addressed to Pope Francis, an Argentine.
In bringing the seven natural wonders together under one global tourism brand, Almada and the Visit7Wonders team will use the collective appeal of the septet of individual destinations to maintain a unified presence at major international travel and tourism trade fairs and events, develop special destination packages, and offer partnership opportunities for hotels, airlines and tourism service providers in their respective countries.
But from the outside the Almada always looks cosy so we were drawn inside, and immediately whisked away - although it was more chilly Wales than roasting hot Portugal; neat, crisp white tablecloths and neutral decor were complemented by low music and dimmed lighting, giving even a Thursday night the intimate feel of a romantic weekend dinner for two.
While the book was never written, Almada uses the interviews to narrate a visual history of post-Revolutionary Mexico that extends from the 1920s through the turmoil surrounding the contested 2006 presidential election.
Almada, (2) the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit considered whether a police officer's failure to disclose exculpatory evidence violated the plaintiffs due process right to a fair trial--thereby exposing the officer to civil liability under Brady--where the plaintiff had spent over seventeen months in jail but had never been convicted.
THE NIGHT WATCHMAN (Natalia Almada): Almada looks to be hitting stride with her third doc, a standout at New Directors/New Films.