Bonete


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Noun1.Bonete - a mountain in the Andes in Argentina (22,546 feet high)
Argentina, Argentine Republic - a republic in southern South America; second largest country in South America
Andes - a mountain range in South America running 5000 miles along the Pacific coast
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Aurelio Desdentado Bonete, El Principio Pro Operario, Los Principios Del Derecho Del Trabajo 73 (Luis Enrique de la Villa Gil & Lourdes Lopez eds.
WHO Interviews will be available with: Charles Watkins, Regional Outreach Coordinator, Get Covered Illinois Diana Bonete, Organizer, Get Covered America Clarita Santos, Coordinator, Be Covered Illinois
He has worked to install a water project in the villages of San Antonio, El Bonete, Las Casitas, and Brisa de San Juan.
La gran mayoria de ellos posee un buen manejo de los aspectos formales del lenguaje (sintaxis y gramatica) pero, sin embargo, presenta deficit en comunicacion y dificultades para las relaciones interpersonales, lo cual constituye el rasgo principal que define el TA (Attwood, 2002; Bonete, Vives, Fernandez, Calero y Garcia, 2010; De la Iglesia y Olivar, 2007; Martin Borreguero, 2005).
While "saving the children" generally ranks just below "world peace" on a beauty contestant's wish list, Spanish model Arancha Bonete put some substance behind the cliche in April, donating US$10,000 to pay for medicine for impoverished Maya children in the Yucatan Peninsula.
In southern Bolivia, discussions with the state-owned mining company COMIBOL continue concerning a joint venture for the Bonete property, which was awarded to an 88-percent-owned BMG subsidiary last fall.