Cardoso


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Cardoso

Fernando Henrique. born 1931, Brazilian statesman; president (1995--2002)
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It is thought that Cardoso Pires's mobility inside of the hospital played an important role in his recovery.
Cardoso es un pensador del desarrollo y la teoria de la dependencia que combina la sociologia, la economia y la ciencia politica para dar una vision interdisciplinaria de los cambios en Latinoamerica.
The United States sets the standards, but even they are still doing their homework," Cardoso says.
Evangelina Cardoso da confianza en la existencia de las mujeres, lo que en estos tiempos de la exaltacion de los generos y demas memeses muy de moda en el mercado, y entre las cada vez mas abundantes mujeres sabias a lo Moliere, quienes generalmente son muy antipaticas o se visten como monjas laicas muy bichorras.
Still, if politics seemed to be the Cardoso family business, then I took the route of many favorite sons--I spent my early life trying to avoid it.
Address for correspondence: Sylvia Cardoso Leao, Departamento de Microbiologia, Imunologia e Parasitologia, Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo-Escola Paulista de Medicina, Rua Botucatu, 862 30 andar, 04023-062 Sao Paulo, Brazil; fax: 55-11-5572-4711; email: sylvia@ecb.
Perez Brignoli, Hector; Ciro Flamarion Santana Cardoso y Edelberto Torres-Rivas.
Cardoso felt that journalists were actors in the history of the country, not merely propogandists, not merely unquestioning servants of the government.
Cardoso was an investigative journalist who reported on the country's banking scandals and government corruption.
In 1934, Artur da Fonseca Cardoso (1865-1912), an army captain who died from malaria in the jungles of Portuguese Timor in 1912, was celebrated as the 'founding father' of colonial anthropology in Portugal.