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Rosales

[rō′zā·lēz]
(botany)
A morphologically diffuse order of dicotyledonous plants in the subclass Rosidae.
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(2.) Por ejemplo, Rosales y Rosales ("Poemas", 27): "Los iniciados en el movimiento del 98 que envuelve la aparicion de Verlaine, (modernistas, decadentistas, ultraistas, dadaistas, pospresentistas, futuristas, estridentistas, vanguardistas) propugnan, como los anteriores de otros movimientos, en esta nueva y legitimamente cientifica orientacion".
"I am proud to have contributed to the success of our growing company," said Rosales. "I welcome the opportunity to take on more responsibility within White Digital Media and am confident that our team will continue to see positive results as we continue building our presence online."
"This prayer rally is for all those who value life, family and life values," said Cardinal Rosales, adding, "Our country will never allow the repressive reproductive bill to be passed."
Rosales denies the charges and says he is being politically persecuted by Chavez, against whom he ran as the main opposition candidate in the 2006 presidential election.
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.
Rosales said earlier bids failed due to a lack of financing.
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. The latest big-name dropout came on Aug.
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).
The Italian knows he will only save his job by winning the Champions League but his hopes hung by a thread when Ajax banged in two goals in the first 20 minutes courtesy of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Mauro Rosales.