Cardoso


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Cardoso

(Portuguese kɑˈdozo)
n
(Biography) Fernando Henrique. born 1931, Brazilian statesman; president (1995–2002)

Car•do•so

(kɑrˈdoʊ zoʊ)
n.
Fernando Henrique, born 1931, president of Brazil since 1995.
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After his talks with Bush, Cardoso told reporters the U.
MANUEL CARDOSO last night relived the moment he saw fellow rider Wouter Weylandt killed in a spectacular crash in the Giro d'Italia.
Although ITC phenomena include voices, images, and texts, Cardoso has focused primarily on voices.
Actis will hold a significant minority stake, working in partnership with the founding families of SEuo Francisco and Cidade CancEuo, Nogaroli and Cardoso, who have successfully grown their businesses over the last 30 years.
The then local archbishop, Jose Cardoso Sobrinho, told media that abortion is always a sin and anyone participating in the abortion--including the girl's mother and doctors--were automatically excommunicated.
Up to now, no material from the plane has been recovered," Brazilian Air Force Brigadier Ramon Borges Cardoso, told reporters in Recife, the coastal city where wreckage from the crash would be brought.
Jose Tito Ferreira Cardoso, 50, from Portugal, arrived in the UK the day before his 44-tonne DAF lorry hit a Land Rover Defender driven by Denis Gibbons, 68, near Tarrington, last September.
Guest speaker will be Dr Catarina Cardoso from the Carbon Trust, who leads the financial and professional services sector programme.
Cardoso (computer science, SAP Research, Germany) and Lytras (computer engineering and informatics, Athens U.
We began planning for economic bad times during the good times by setting five core growth strategies," said Kennametal CEO Carlos Cardoso, president and chairman.
The first building in the country to be financed by crowdfunding will be VN Cardoso de Melo, launched by Vitacon Incorporadora e Construtora.