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Be·lo

 (bĕl′ō, bĕ′lo͝o), Carlos Felipe Ximenes Born 1948.
East Timorese Roman Catholic bishop. An outspoken critic of Indonesia's invasion and colonization of East Timor, he shared the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize with José Ramos-Horta.

Be•lo

(ˈbɛl oʊ)
n.
Carlos Filepe Ximenes, born 1948, Indonesian bishop: Nobel peace prize 1996.
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It followed the June 2013 merger of Belo Corp. with Gannett, setting the stage for the latter's split of its print media and TV business, creating TEGNA.
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Gannett Co., which has proposed buying Belo Corp., slid 5.1 percent after a filing showed that Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway exited its stake in the newspaper publisher during the second quarter.
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