Salazar


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Salazar

Antonio de Oliveira . 1889--1970, Portuguese statesman; dictator (1932--68)
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Salazar and Vice President for Engineering Ricardo Khan Jr.
Salazar said 333 ballots were also misdelivered, including 220 ballots intended for the San Enrique town in Negros Occidental, which were included in the ballots sent to Anilao town in Iloilo.
The legal emancipation, at 15, that got Salazar out of foster care and instilled in her the kind of independence that can't be taught.
The SC upheld the findings and recommendations of the Office of the Court Administrator (OCA), which cited the testimony of the victim that Salazar raped her in the premises of the HOJ.
SALAZAR'S leadership, SER has successfully helped reduce the dropout rate among Latinos and improved college enrollment to a rate that surpasses that of whites.
In the second semi-final, second seed Peru's Diego Elias was in sublime form and simply toyed with Mexico's Arturo Salazar. It seems like a fully grown man was playing against a school-going kid.
14, 2010, after being played the recordings by her banker, Kai Hernandez said she recognized Salazar as the voice on the phone and subsequently filed a police report.
A broadcast industry veteran who has held key sales roles with Harmonic and Thomson Video Networks, Salazar will drive regional strategies and initiatives across a broad territory from Mexico to Argentina, and throughout the Caribbean islands.
SIR MO FARAH has left controversial coach Alberto Salazar.
Colorado Insurance Commissioner Marguerite Salazar is the new executive director of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.