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Rosales

[rō′zā·lēz]
(botany)
A morphologically diffuse order of dicotyledonous plants in the subclass Rosidae.
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Interpol said on Friday it had issued an international wanted persons notice for Rosales, following a request from Venezuela.
They said the decision would allow the sugar industry to better focus on its mission, and speculated the once powerful ministry would eventually become a department within the Agriculture Ministry under Rosales.
It is claimed the boy died from two blows to the head but Rosales, of La Jola, Texas, says she slipped and fell on him while lifting him up.
Rosales said earlier bids failed due to a lack of financing.
Rosales said that's a typical response at college health centers, and at secular colleges, students also typically are given the address of the nearest abortion clinic.
It was not immediately clear what charges, if any, Rosales would face.
Ortega closed the door to demands for such revelations and reportedly told Rosales, Minister of Finance Alberto Guevara, and presidential economic advisor Bayardo Arce not to cave in to "IMF conditions.
Rosales recalls encountering resistance from other members as she became more and more active in the organization.
Con el lema "atrevete a cambiar", Rosales -de 53 anos de edad, de religion catolica, sin titulo universitario y con familia numerosa- promete acabar con el gobierno chavista en las elecciones del proximo 3 de diciembre.
Cardinal Rosales also preached at an April 22 "Earth Day" celebration at which he condemned greed for the abuse of the country's natural resources.
A number of candidates had joined the race, including Julio Borges of Primero Justicia (PJ) and former planning minister and newspaper editor Teodoro Petkoff (see NotiSur, 2006-07-21), but they dropped their bids in favor of Rosales.
In Chile alone, the Asian tiger will be putting in resources for 20 years," says Osvaldo Rosales, director of integration and international trade at the UN's Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).