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Balaguer

(ˌbæləˈɡwɛə)
n
(Biography) Joaquin (ˈjoːakɪn). 1907–2002, Dominican statesman; president of the Dominican Republic (1960–62, 1966–78, 1986–96)
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Con el apoyo del PLD lograron la mayoria necesaria en la Asamblea Nacional, la cual ratifico la decision de la JCE y juramento a Balaguer el 16 de agosto de 1994 para un sexto periodo constitucional.
One of the novel's most interesting developments is the emergence of Joaquin Balaguer after Trujillo's assassination.
He especially targets the aging but agile president Joaquin Balaguer as the embodiment of neopatrimonial rule.
Menene Gras Balaguer Translated from the Spanish by Vincent Martin.
A pre-election poll showed the majority expected treachery by Joaquin Balaguer, the one-time ideologue of military dictator Rafael Trujillo and president 20 of the past 28 years.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic The city of Santo Domingo has an awesome new monument that Dominican President Joaquin Balaguer hopes will attract tourists.
Balaguer was the Spanish 'Ultramar' or overseas minister who became friends with Luna, and the Singapore exhibit shows several works from his collection that has become a museum foundation.
Su unico hermano, Enrique, se caso el pasado dia 16 en Madrid con Maria Escriva de Balaguer, sobrina del fundador del Opus Dei.
Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer, La Abadesa de las Huelgas, edicion critico-historica preparada por Maria BLANCO y Ma.
Jim Balaguer takes the role after serving as the Commission'sprimary liaison to Congress on wireline issues,including universal service, broadband adoption, and the Internet Protocol (IP) transition.