Fuentes


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Fu·en·tes

 (fo͞o-ĕn′tās′, fwĕn′tĕs), Carlos 1928-2012.
Mexican writer known for his metaphysical short stories and novels about his homeland, notably The Death of Artemio Cruz (1962).

Fuentes

(ˈfwɛnteɪs)
n
(Biography) Carlos. 1928–2012, Mexican novelist and writer. His novels include A Change of Skin (1967), Terra Nostra (1975), and Cristóbal Nonato (1987)

Fuen•tes

(ˈfwɛn teɪs)

n.
Carlos, born 1928, Mexican writer.
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Fuentes is a pretty village, with a small stream; and everything appeared to prosper well, excepting, indeed, that which ought to do so most -- its inhabitants.
Near Fuentes we saw a large flock of guinea-fowl -- probably fifty or sixty in number.
So for two days they pushed their way through the wild places of Navarre, past Fuente, over the rapid Ega, through Estella, until upon a winter's evening the mountains fell away from in front of them, and they saw the broad blue Ebro curving betwixt its double line or homesteads and of villages.
The district attorney's office also has amended a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon against Jaime Fuentes, 48, a correction officer at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center, to assault with a dangerous weapon.
The lawsuit also alleges that Vergara threatened Fuentes, during a meeting in Texas, to destroy her in the press and to organize public protests against her unless she gave him her shares in the company.
Fuentes earned her Bachelor of Construction Management Engineering from Farmingdale State College and an Associate of Architecture, Construction Technology from Suffolk County Community College.
Fuentes said the summit has stirred up activity among local government units and the law enforcement agencies.
Finlays has bought 100 percent share capital of Casa Fuentes S.
Fuentes claimed that after being arrested in 1991 on suspicion of attempting to place explosives in a police officer's car he was tied to a chair with his hands behind his back and punched in the stomach, had pencils placed in the webs between his fingers and squeezed to cause intense pain, and had a cigarette stubbed out in an open wound on his face.
Alberto Carrillo Fuentes was arrested by federal police in the western state of Nayarit and he was later questioned by prosecutors, an official from the attorney general's office told AFP on condition of anonymity.
Eufemiano Fuentes was convicted over his role in supplying blood transfusions to professional cyclists, although he was charged under public health laws because doping was not illegal in Spain at the time, the BBC reports.
The one taken by a Spanish court yesterday at the end of the trial of doping doctor Eufemiano Fuentes is one of them.