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Granados

Enrique , full name Enrique Granados y Campina. 1867--1916, Spanish composer, noted for the Goyescas (1911) for piano, which formed the basis for an opera of the same name
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Puig will help us to continue with the expansion of the concept stores in Brazil and abroad--which started in 2013 in the French market, with a corner in the luxury department store Le Bon Marche," explained Sissi Freeman, marketing and sales director, Granado.
Carmelo Granado pone a disposicion del gran publico un valioso trabajo que recoge el conocimiento profundo y amplio que posee de los Padres de la Iglesia en un terreno especialmente importante, como es la pneumatologia.
The dailies La Razon and Pagina Siete wrote that, despite the discouragement caused by the designation of the new attorney general, opposition groups--including those of Del Granado, Nuny, and Vargas--continue discussing forming a front.
Music consultant Bruno del Granado said on ABC television that the celebrities themselves risk a backlash if they are seen as "condescending.
Siphoninus phillyreae es conocida como la mosca blanca del fresno o mosca blanca del granado (ash whitefly o pomenogranate whitefly en ingles), es una especie del viejo mundo que se ha establecido en diferentes regiones, se encuentra distribuida en Europa, Africa, Asia y Australia (Kozar & Bink-Moenen 1988, Bellows et al.
Vicki Anderson Granado, a spokesperson for Energy Transfer, gave no additional details to Reuters.
Havana, March 9 -- Tamara Kunanayakam, Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Cuba, paid her last respects to Alberto Granado, Argentinean born biochemist, long time friend and companion of Ernesto "Che" Guevara, who passed away on 5 March 2011, at the age of 88.
ALBERTO Granado, who was a sidekick to the late Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara, has died in Havana.
Jose Granado is a Principal and the America's Practice Leader for Information Security Services within Ernst & Young.
Without such a thrust, we shall continue--for decades to come--addressing symptoms and not root causes of a deep-seated social malady," wrote General Secretary Gerard Granado in a statement sent to member churches and ecumenical partners.
The President and CEO of Citgo Petroleum Corp (Citgo) since early 2008, Granado took up this post from Felix Rodriguez.
Let's start the celebration by congratulating a few people who deserve it, including CITGO's Chairman, President and CEO, Alejandro Granado, who recently received the Helping Hand Award, presented by the Houston Minority Supplier Development Council.