Páez

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Páez

(Spanish ˈpɑes)
n
(Biography) José Antonio (xoˈse anˈtonjo). 1790–1873, Venezuelan revolutionary leader; first president (1831–46) of independent Venezuela
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The Dutchman, despite a four-over-par 76, finally bagged his first Philippine Golf Tour title after his closest pursuers, Jay Bayron and American Nicolas Paez, failed to mount their rally.
David Parkin, the tournament director, said that it was American Nicolas Paez who made the protest.
Paez stressed that the Philippines has not turned into a killing field, and urged the audience not to believe all that is being reported about the Philippines in the mainstream media.
In a statement, the National Secretariat for Social Action - Justice and Peace/Caritas Philippines of the Catholic Bishops' of the Philippines (NASSA/Caritas Philippines) condemned the killing of Paez as "an attack on the Church and her mission for social justice and empowerment of the poor.
Four men in two motorcycles ambushed Paez at about 8 p.
En 1985 el estreno de una pelicula de abierta tematica homosexual pone tambien los reflectores sobre un escritor poco difundido hasta entonces: el veracruzano Jorge Lopez Paez (1922-2017) de cuyo cuento "Dona Herlinda y su hijo" (publicado en el ya mitico suplemento Sabado de unomasuno, en 1980), el cineasta Jaime Humberto Her mosillo habia hecho un filme --homonimo--que se convertiria en un clasico del tema.
Poco antes de que se anunciara que el Premio Nacional de Ciencias y Artes de aquel ano corresponderia al narrador veracruzano Jorge Lopez Paez (Huatusco, 1922-Ciudad de Mexico, 2017) estuve en casa de Carlos Monsivais, quien de inmediato saco a nuestra platica su alegria por aquella distincion: "Es lo mas justo.
The former Head of the Kurdish parliament and member of the political bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Arslan Paez said, in a press statement that "the Union is going through a critical stage because of the differences and conflicts among the party leaders which grow day after another.
Paez profiles a new prison in Catalonia designed to facilitate rehabilitation and reintegration into society once inmates have served their sentences, without neglecting aspects of security related to their confinement and custody.
The Indigenous Reservation Policy among the Paez Indians in the Town of Toboyma (Governorship of Popayan), 1650-1750
Ryan Kent and Jack Dunn are also likely to go out on loan, while Spanish defender Rafael Paez has agreed a permanent deal with AD Alcorcon in Spain.
Paez, RN, PhD, started out as a nurse in a hospital med-surg unit.