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Olivares

(ˌəʊlɪˈvɑːreɪs)
n
(Biography) Conde-Ducque de, title of Gaspar de Guzmán y Pimental. 1587–1645, Spanish statesman: court favourite and prime minister (1621–43) of Philip IV. His attempts to establish Hapsburg domination of Europe ended in failure
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The Panamanian, Cecilio Hazlewood, was predominantly of African ancestry, whereas the Chilean, Gerardo Olivares, had typical Andean features (indigenous) and, in particular, unique nasal bone morphology.
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Julian Olivares's edition of the Novelas amorosas y ejemplares offers a clearly presented and readable text; the footnotes are kept to a minimum and so do not distract the reader's attention from the flow of the tales, while a helpful glossary of archaic terms and a detailed explanation of proper names both fictional and non-fictional is provided in an appendix.
(5) But by 1636 Felipe IV's chief minister, the Count-Duke of Olivares, had for several years been trying to undermine the intent of these provisions.
Luis Olivares, the subject and title of the recent biography by Professor Mario Garcia of the University of California, Santa Barbara, was the major force in the sanctuary movement in Los Angeles.
On Thursday morning, two attackers had shot Congressman Hector Olivares and a government official, Miguel Yadon, who died at the scene.