caballer

caballer

(kəˈbælə)
n
a person who cabals
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Second place went to "Dragon Fireworks " from the Philippines, with, Spain ("Ricardo Caballer SA ") finishing third.
Amparo Caballer, co-author of the study, said that as the fear of unemployment increases "the level of work insecurity rises, people are less satisfied with their personal, work and family lives and they are less committed to their work.
When there is uncertainty about employment, blue collar workers "are less satisfied with life and they work less productively than the other groups studied", Caballer said.
The Groop is honored to lend our user experience and creative talent to such an important movement," Jose Caballer, Chief Visionary and CCO of the Groop.
Perez-Chada D, Videla AJ, O'Flaherty ME, Majul C, Catalini AM, Caballer CA, et al.
Subs: Lopez Vallejo, Josico, Guayre, Calleja, Hector Font, Edu Caballer, Franco.
Bitung, Caterial Caballer 36,000 tons North (Phillipene) Ice block - Sulawesi 24,960 tons 14.
Groop CEO Jose Caballer commented, "First of all, we are honored to have been asked by Newsweek to help on the assignment, second it is great to see The Groop's expertise be recognized alongside such respected firms like Pentagram, Frog and Razorfish.
Efficient collaboration required proximity, we felt strongly that the best way to execute the Live Earth Global Brand Identity was to be in the thick of the action", says Jose Caballer President and Executive Creative Director of THE_GROOP.
Efficient collaboration required proximity, we felt strongly that the best way to execute the Live Earth Global Brand Identity was to be in the thick of the action," says Jose Caballer President and Executive Creative Director of THE_GROOP.
Excluded from the category of the true Briton are those advocating reform: "literary caballers," he calls them; "political theologians" (10).