Barros

Barros

(Portuguese ˈbɑːrruʃ)
n
(Biography) João de (ʒuə̃u ˈdəː). 1496–1570, Portuguese historian: noted for his history of the Portuguese in the East Indies, Décadas da Ásia (1552–1615)
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Poemas de Lenora de Barros, como ja foi colocado, exigem um novo olhar, uma nova leitura.
The IBF featherweight champion was in Tokyo for the clash between Satoshi Hosono and Jonathan Victor Barros.
The IBF champion was in Tokyo to see the clash between Satoshi Hosono and Jonathan Victor Barros.
by Deeba Hasan/ deeba@timesofoman.com Stars Jean-Francois Barros and Nino Machaidze are in Oman to perform at the debut of Charles Gounod's 'Romeo and Juliette' opera at the ROHM.
[1] Group "Center of Tropical Research in Buffaloes", Sao Paulo State University "Julio de Mesquita Filho" College of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, Animal Production Department, Jose Barbosa de Barros, no 1780, 18618-970, Botocatu-SP, Brazil.
Reproducing the British Caribbean: Sex, Gender, and Population Politics after Slavery, by Juanita de Barros. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 2014.
In interviews and emails with The Associated Press, the experts have questioned Francis' pledge to hold bishops accountable, listen to victims and keep children safe, given the record of Bishop Juan Barros in the case of the Rev.
HUNDREDS OF CATHOLICS protested at a March Mass led by Bishop Juan Barros Madrid, nominated by Pope Francis to lead the diocese of Osorno and accused of covering up for a former priest found to have sexually abused children, the Associated Press reported.
NEW YORK, Jan 28 (KUNA) -- The members of the UN Security Council look forward to the upcoming donors conference to be held in Kuwait this March, said Ambassador Cristian Barros, of Chile, on Wednesday.
Having recently launched an umbrella marketing campaign in North America, Wyndham Hotel Group, which has a complex history of takeovers, splits, mergers and acquisitions, is looking to "leverage the scale" according to senior vice president and managing director EMEA, Rui Barros.
Notwithstanding this cultural blackout, a dynamic underground literary field coalesced, and artists assumed vital oppositional roles against the military: poetry contests occurred in the regime's own concentration camps; underground creative writing workshops, including Barros's Talleres Literarios Ergo Sum, cropped up; (4) dramatists like Juan Radrigan staged plays in Santiago's poblaciones; performance art groups like the Colectivo de Acciones de Arte (CADA) and Las yeguas del apocalipsis produced happenings and art actions throughout the city; and exiled Chilean artists wrote from abroad.