Lugo


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Lu·go

 (lo͞o′gō)
A city of northwest Spain west-southwest of Oviedo. It is a trade center with well-preserved Roman walls dating from the third century ad.

Lugo

(Spanish ˈluɣo)
n
(Placename) a city in NW Spain: Roman walls; Romanesque cathedral. Pop: 91 158 (2003 est). Latin name: Lucus Augusti
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To seek a second term, Cartes and Lugo would have to either ignore or amend an imprecise, 35word section in the Constitution known as Article 229.
Lugo has long been the force behind EAC Network's Driving Equation program, which aims to improve teen driving and reduce the financial and human cost of accidents caused by teen drivers.
Although Lugo was facing up to 80 years in prison, federal prosecutors recommended a 51-month prison sentence because he had no prior criminal history, accepted full responsibility for his criminal acts and because his wife suffers from debilitating health problems.
Skilfully combining the documentary and political aspects of tagging with the permanence of clay, Lugo is forging a dialogue that combines both disciplines into a personalised experience that has long been a touchstone of his crafting.
In 2008, Lugo, a former Catholic bishop and the unifying figure at the head of a broad left-leaning coalition, ended the Colorado Party's long reign and embarked the country on a path of progressive social and economic reforms.
In adapting to a repertory that spans 100 years of stylistic changes, from Jose Limon to Yvonne Rainer to Zvi Gotheiner, "the body can be expected to take some pretty unpredictable twists and turns," Lugo says.
A partir de este hecho se precipitaron una serie de acontecimientos que culminaron el 22 de junio con la destitucion del presidente Fernando Lugo mediante un juicio politico aprobado por el Congreso.
The summit had loomed as a key test for Paraguay s President Federico Franco, who has so far failed to gain international recognition for the government that replaced Lugo.
The Paraguayan Senate voted 39-4 on Friday to dismiss Lugo just over a year before his five-year term was to end, and Fredrico Franco took the oath of office soon after.
The doctors said on Friday that a biopsy carried out this week showed Lugo had non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, but said it was treatable because it had been caught in its early stages.
Lugo was making the short trip to her sister's house to pick up visiting relatives for an evening of hot chocolate and bread at her home.