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Magdiel

(măg`dēĕl), in the Bible, duke or chief of Edom.
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Uncertainty in the gender identification of inventors comprised 73 registries (2.18%) due to: a) names that can be used either by men or by women such as Ari, Magdiel or Merced; b) names not commonly used in Spanish, such as Tetsuya or Naoko; c) only initials of the inventor's name were used, as in Andrade F.
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“This new office not only will help us better serve our residential real estate and property management clients, but will support our expanding commercial real estate efforts,” said Broker Magdiel “Mike” Rosario.