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Coronel

(kōrōnĕl`), city (1990 est. pop. 74,090), S central Chile, a port on the Pacific Ocean. Part of the Great Concepción conurbation, it is a major coaling station and a shipping point for lumber and the coal from nearby mines. In a naval engagement off Coronel on Nov. 1, 1914, during World War I, German Admiral Graf von Spee defeated a British squadron under Sir Christopher Cradock, a triumph offset later by the battle of the Falklands. The city has suffered significant damage from earthquakes and tsunamis, most recently in 2010.
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We already achieved a 100% closure of all PCSO outlets," said Coronel.
Coronel said personnel assigned to do desk work would also deployed in polling precincts to ensure peaceful and orderly elections.
Coronel said police in the region also seized 3,568 assorted deadly weapons and 3,437 assorted ammunition during their operations.
It is my goal to promote my style and Joaquin's," wrote Coronel, on her (https://www.instagram.com/p/Bvs0KyUBhWQ/) Instagram account.
But Coronel, a former beauty queen, removed the pendant after questions from the New York Post, the newspaper reported.
A pesar de la excelente contribucion de la critica, queda todavia ignorada la hipotesis segun la cual el lenguaje medico empleado por Garcia Marquez en El coronel sirve como estimulo literario para reflexionar sobre el estado de los colombianos.
Coronel's character," added Beachley, joined by Judges Kathryn Grill Graeff and Christopher B.
The local chief executive asked Coronel to come up with a protocol of security measures to protect his constituents.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, 26, accused Mexican authorities of using harsh measures against the gangster because his recent jail break made them look bad.