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Barroso

(bəˈrəʊsəʊ)
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(Biography) José Manuel (ʒoˈse maˈnwɛl) born 1956, Portuguese politician; prime minister of Portugal (2002–04); president of the European Commission from 2004
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Other winners in track and field were Aklan's Din Wel Barrosa in boys' long jump and Bago City's Kate Julienne Martinez in girls' shotput.
Soriano identified the four injured in the incident as Pedecio Mabaya Vidal, 60, Lourdes Pitao Bernardino, 53, Anita Barrosa Alcober, 57, all residents of Barangay Yakal; and Dairuz Samonte Bacnotan, 13, of Barangay Bulihan, also in Silang.
The boat arrived at Barrosa Beach, considered to be one of the best beaches on Spain's southern coast, at around 3.30pm yesterday.
Editorial La Barrosa. Delkab Press y EEA INTA-Balcarce, CERBAS.
Thompson's glittering career in the Royal Navy spanned nearly 40 years, during which he served on HMS Vigilant, Hermes and Barrosa and HMS Andrew, Otter, Osiris, Conqueror and Revenge.
Delia: Aca el agua era cristalina [...] desde que esta la planta a veces se pone barrosa y llena de algas.
tiempo entre los dedalos y meandros de una topografia decididamente barrosa! (OCC 191) De este modo, el pomposo prologuista de Seis problemas, el personaje que cree interpretar los hechos mas sagazmente que Parodi, ofrece su modo de descifrar el cambio social en marcha.
He's an incredibly tortured soul and you find him in a very dark place at the beginning of the movie," notes Matt, who has four children with wife of 11 years Luciana Bozan Barroso (three daughters together and a stepdaughter from Barrosa's previous marriage).