Soares


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Soares

(Portuguese ˈswarɪʃ)
n
(Biography) Mário (ˈmərju). born 1924, Portuguese statesman; prime minister of Portugal (1976–77; 1978–80; 1983–86); president of Portugal (1986–96)
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As a former opponent of Costa, Soares once was among the Socialist Party's heavyweights.
Southampton new boy Soares (above) has brought his trusted pre-match ritual with him from Portugal.
The Saints did not reveal the fee paid, but Soares has reportedly cost the club in the region of PS3.
Mota Soares made the announcement in Santarem where he was introducing a new law that defines the objectives and principles of employment policy, as well as the regulation of the creation, execution, following-up, evaluation and financing of the respective programmes and measures.
The first champions at this year's US Open were crowned, as No 1 seed Sania Mirza of India and Bruno Soares of Brazil defeated unseeded Abigail Spears of the United States and Santiago Gonzalez of Mexico, 6-1, 2-6 [11-9] in the final of the mixed doubles event.
As soon as we got out of the meeting, Anderson was like a little kid because he was so excited to be back," Soares said.
Scot Murray and Australian Peers lost their fourth consecutive clash with Austrian Peya and Brazilian Soares, losing the champions' tie-break in a close-fought encounter.
Mrs Soares brings to her new role proven leadership and management skills, an extensive knowledge and experience of the European institutions, a track-record of working with a variety of stakeholders and a strong background in political analysis and communicating policy.
Men's B+: Del Calis beat Pradeep Nathoo 4-6, 6-0, 10-6; Bruno Soares beat Fatih Ekici 6-2, 6-4.
Soares and colleagues collected fish of two blind cave-dwelling species, Typhlichthys subterraneus and Amblyopsis spelaea, from lakes in Kentucky caverns.
He told his new friend, undercover policeman 'Oli', that he had a contact in Amsterdam who could take a "tonne at a time" and that Soares would take PS1,000 per kilo as commission.