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Diaz

1. Bartholomeu . a variant spelling of (Bartholomeu) Dias
2. Cameron. born 1972, US film actress; films include The Mask (1994), There's Something About Mary (1998), and The Gangs of New York (2003)
3. (Jos? de la Cruz) Porfirio . 1830-- 1915, Mexican general and statesman; president of Mexico (1877--80; 1884--1911)
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Diaz (left) realised his only chance of victory would come from a knockout.
Chief Executive Officer, Titus Naikuni stated that with this new role, Diaz will be responsible to lead KQ s marketing activities locally as well as in other markets which will be in accordance with the airline s 10-year growth strategy named Project Mawingu.
According to Diaz, these new offices will enable the firm to further provide full service support to its clients and their business needs in the Middle East region.
* Diaz could be seen as a deft nod to the diversity of the American church, as well as a potential bridge between Catholicism's traditional centers in Europe and North America and its emerging voices in the global South.
Myers, who provides the green ogre's Scottish tones, and Diaz (Princess Fiona) were joined by Eddie Murphy, who once again plays Donkey, and Antonio Banderas (Puss In Boots).
Camera (Technicolor), Jacobs, Naranjo, Eric Curtis; editor, Jacobs; music, Mandy Hoffman; production designer, Sara Diaz; associate producer, Oscar Alvarez.
Diaz was off the UFC grid for three years because according to him, 'everybody sucked' to the delight of the partisan crowd.
This, after Senator Christopher 'Bong' Go initiated a project that resulted in the signing of memorandum of agreement between the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) and Phoenix Petroleum Philippines to support Diaz's Olympic bid.
This came two months after Diaz took to social media to appeal for financial help.
Vasa said that Diaz, who has been a priest for 25 years, told the emergency responders at the time of the crash that the bags of cash were his salary.
Shortly after Diaz's post, the Philippine Sports Commission was quick to make statements that they haven't been amiss in supporting the 28-year-old in her Olympic bid.