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For some Spaniards thus named, use Fernández.
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He was - he said - an employe(for several years) of Hernandez Brothers in Paris, an importing firm, and he was travelling on their business - as he could prove.
FALL RIVER -- A man who sued Aaron Hernandez over being shot in the face in Florida testified Wednesday in the former New England Patriots player's murder trial that Hernandez thought he was being followed by helicopters and that he was paranoid about his conversations being recorded.
26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Jose Hernandez has been selling new and used tires to the friendly community of Cleveland for two years at Hernandez Tire Shop.
Former Manchester United assistant manager Rene Meulensteen has admitted that David Moyes could lose Javier Hernandez to the Premier League rivals, if the Mexican international fails to feature regularly for the Red Devils.
LANCASTER -- When Osvaldo Hernandez was in his teen years, he was a "Star Wars" fanatic.
JAIR HERNANDEZ BARONA looks around the office in London where he is going to talk about his work as a human rights activist, then he points to his bag and observes: 'This is my office, it's all I take on the streets'.
According to the Register-Guard of Eugene, Oregon, Tony Hernandez answered a knock at his apartment door at about 5 a.
One morning in 2002, San Francisco resident Roberto Hernandez was driving to his job as an advertising salesman for a radio station owned by Spanish-language media giant Univision when his cell phone rang.
Thompson soon had a colleague: fellow Chicagoan Michael Hernandez de Luna, who brought his own sensibility to the genre.
In July of 1991, Joel Hernandez was given a drug test at his workplace, Hughes Missile Systems Company, where he had been employed for 25 years.
The Spanish humanist physician Francisco Hernandez, at the command of Philip II, arrived in 1570 in New Spain as the protomedico general of the Indies, and he spent the next seven years compiling descriptions and uses of plants and animals not found in Europe.
Amalia Hernandez, founder of the world-class Ballet Folklorico de Mexico, died on November 4 at the age of 83.