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posada

In Spanish architecture and derivatives, an inn.
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Posada is completing her residency training in the department of psychiatry & behavioral sciences at George Washington University, Washington.
Posadas, Argentina and Encarnacion, Paraguay from a socio-urban perspective
Originally called The Crown, the Spanish word "Posada" - meaning inn or resting place - was added at the time it was owned by the sea captain.
Joachim de Posada was declared the Most Distinguished Hispanic Speaker by the Latino Speakers Bureau in 2007, recognized as one of America's 25 Hot Speakers by the National Speakers Association in 2009, and is considered by many to be the world's greatest Hispanic speaker.
A team of OxiClean Umpires, including Posada and OxiClean pitchman Anthony Sullivan, will select the grand prize-winning organization.
For those that missed the story yesterday, Jorge Posada (http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/p/posadjo01.shtml?utm_source=direct&utm_medium=linker&utm_campaign=Linker) refused to play after being bumped to the nine position in the lineup.