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Ma·de·ro

 (mə-dĕr′ō, mä-dĕ′rō), Francisco Indalecio 1873-1913.
Mexican revolutionary and politician who forced the resignation of Porfirio Díaz and assumed the presidency (1911). Unable to effect reform, he was overthrown by Victoriano Huerta (1913) and executed.

Ma•de•ro

(məˈdɛər oʊ, mɑ-)

n.
Francisco Indalecio, 1873–1913, Mexican president 1911–13.
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La noche del crimen, 22 de febrero de 1913, Madero fue conducido hacia la Penitenciaria en un automovil marca Protos, mientras que Pino Suarez subio a un Peerles.
Madero murio asesinado en 1913, junto con la democracia mexicana, y tuvo que esperar 84 anos para comenzar a revivir.
Puerto Madero finished third, one length behind Budroyale and 1 1/2 lengths ahead of stablemate Malek.
The Rita Ros Ol, available from April 1 through May 10 for $15, is a unique wine-based cocktail made with Casa Madero Ros wine and Codigo 1530 Rosa Tequila.
Madero y le respalden lideres que se encuentran confrontando las problematicas economicas y politicas en diferentes zonas del pais.
Chef Gerald Madero and his team at the Forest Hills Country Club in Rockford, Illinois, undertook the project to build the 4-feet by 4-feet gingerbread house replica of the baseball park, putting in 70 hours over two weeks to ensure the Field was entirely edible, complete with gelatin windows, edible paper scoreboard, cracker seats, cookies for the floor icing trim and jelly candies for the flags.
El cardenal Ricardo Ezzati ordeno sacerdotes a Cristobal Madero S.
Madero devino presidente el matrimonio De la Torre-Diaz retorno a la capital.
ICA Fluor will carry out the engineering, procurement and construction of the plant as part of the second phase of Mexicos Madero Clean Diesel project at the 190,000-b/d refinery.
Gustavo Madero se percibe dolido tras pasar de la cumbre como presidente del Partido Accion Nacional (PAN) al abismo de ser solamente un diputado raso por voluntad de Ricardo Anaya, su discipulo que lo relego.
Y tiene, en una segunda parte--o extenso anexo--, el libro Manual espirita, publicado en 1911 y firmado por Bhima que no es otro mas que el mismo Madero.
The accident took place at a fuel barrel storage area in the Ciudad Madero refinery just outside the port city of Tampico in Tamaulipas state while the facility's coking plant was undergoing maintenance, the company said in a post on its Twitter feed.