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(ˌɑl vɑˈrɑ doʊ)

Pedro de, 1495–1541, Spanish soldier: chief aide of Cortés in the conquest of Mexico.
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Juan Alvarado, the Federal commander, was a monster.
When he returned, the line of communication was reestablished, and Juan Alvarado was dead.
We're honored, of course,' Moreno told reporters after he met with Ambassador of the Republic of Panama to the Philippines Rolando Guevara Alvarado on Friday.
On Monday (May 27), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) welcomed Honduras' Second Vice President Olga Margarita Alvarado to visit Taiwan between May 27-31.
The Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha Appendicitis (RIPASA) score is a new diagnostic scoring system for the diagnosis of acute appendicitis and has been shown to have significantly higher sensitivity, specificity and diagnostic accuracy than that reported for the Alvarado or Modified Alvarado scores.
"If the water level of Angat Dam continues to drop, it might reach to its critical level, kasi mabilis na bumaba ang level ng tubig sa dam dahil heavily silted na, at madami nang nawala na mga century old trees at mayroong mga nabulok na troso sa ilalim ng reservoir," said Alvarado.
Carol Alvarado, D-Houston, at a discussion of the impending special session hosted by The Texas Tribune on July 19, 2017.
Ambassador Rolando Guevara Alvarado, Zambia Consul Louie Ablaza, Guatemala Consul Amelia Ablaza, Madam Mariacutea Veroacutenica Foxley, Singapore Ambassador Kok Li Peng,and Madam Mariza Lozano.
Brewer, of an unincorporated area near West Chicago, and three 18-year-olds from West Chicago, Francisco Alvarado, Saul Ruiz and Jesus Correa, each have been indicted on seven counts of first-degree murder, three counts of aggravated kidnapping, and one count of armed robbery and concealment of a homicide.
With an ambitious government plan, president-elect Carlos Alvarado, a journalist, former rock singer and guitarist, and former labor minister, faces a major challenge: delivering on campaign promises that voters felt had not been met by the outgoing administration: to relentlessly fight corruption, introduce long-due tax reforms, wipe out extreme poverty, and improve citizen safety, among others.