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cabré

(ˈkɑːbreɪ)
adj
(of the image of a horse) having the front legs in the air and standing nearly upright
[C20: from French, from cabrer to rear up]
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National artist Benedicto Cabrera 'BenCab' braved strong monsoon rains Thursday to open the 15-day art show of two nephews- "BudCab" and "ManCab", sons of two older brothers, at the Fred's Gallery in barangay Greenwater here.
Marcelo Morales identified the rearrested fugitive as Danny Boy Cabra Cabrera, alias Gamay Cabrera, 33, single and resident of Bucana, Barangay 76-A, Talomo District.
The LRTA concluded its investigation yesterday and the agency will recommend filing charges against all persons accountable for the incident, including its own officials, LRT-2 spokesman Hernando Cabrera told The STAR.
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Danelle Heathman has been appointed as a senior vice president and Cheryl Cabrera will serve as a senior account manager.
Cabrera has made it a point to capture the narrative of White males.
Mariano Cabrera appeals his judgments of conviction and an order denying his postconviction motion for resentencing in these consolidated appeals.
Cabrera Capital Markets, LLC has announced it has partnered with India-based financial services firm Anand Rathi to provide unique research and execution services to US institutional investors, the company said.
CHICAGO: Cabrera Capital Markets, LLC has announced a partnership with Anand Rathi.
Audrina Patridge recently rekindled her romance with singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera, and her mother approves of it.
Art teacher Kevin Cabrera and graduating psychology major Daisy Mae Amora are planning to get married next year, initially in civil ceremonies and later, in church.