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 (chə-môr′ō, chä-môr′rō)
n. pl. Chamorro or Cha·mor·ros
1. A member of a people of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.
2. The Austronesian language of the Chamorros.
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Earlier this week police occupied the offices of prominent editor Carlos Fernando Chamorro, along with buildings used by several civil society organisations it had banned.
Nine police officers armed with rifles entered the offices late Friday and started pushing people, beating others and making fun of reporters after journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro challenged them to take on his media outlet without a search warrant in his online daily Confidencial and news broadcasts Esta Semana and Esta Noche, he said.
Signature dishes will include Carne Asada, Salmon en Mole Negro and Chamorro de Cordero - a braised lamb shank with adobo sauce, pickled red onions and coriander leaves.
Ricardo Chamorro, Senior Vice President of Consumer Lending Development and Corporate Development, has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Corporate & Business Development.
TOO MUCH QUALITY Larnaca's Alberto Sansimena Chamorro celebrate his goal against Dundalk last night
Chamorro of Miami, who focuses on litigation and transactional work with an emphasis on business law and real estate law; Meaghan Franks of Miami, who focuses on personal injury actions, premises liability matters, government liability claims, construction defect matters, and employment related claims; Erik J.
The latest installment by native Chamorro poet Craig Santos Perez, [lukao] dons many genres.
The hotel has several F and B outlets, including The Point, a classy lobby lounge that offers some devilish cocktails to enjoy with piano music (their mojito with a sprinkling of Splenda was so good, we easily finished off three glasses); La Cascata, where we had a sumptuous breakfast throughout our stay; and Bayside BBQ, where we had dinner one night enjoying not only the all-you-can-eat Chamorro-style barbecue but also a Chamorro dance show.