Simon Bolivar


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Noun1.Simon Bolivar - Venezuelan statesman who led the revolt of South American colonies against Spanish ruleSimon Bolivar - Venezuelan statesman who led the revolt of South American colonies against Spanish rule; founded Bolivia in 1825 (1783-1830)
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Busto Simon Bolivar 1 cuadra al norte, 1 cuadra al este.Edif.
State oil monopoly Petroleos de Venezuela's influence on Tulsa, Oklahoma is hard to miss: A bronze bust of South American liberator Simon Bolivar stands in the middle of a downtown plaza.
Cinco machos y once hembras ovadas se encuentran depositados en la coleccion del Laboratorio de Crustaceos Peracaridos de la Universidad Simon Bolivar (N[[grados] FA0676).
In 1824, forces led by Simon Bolivar of Venezuela defeat the Spanish at the Battle of Ayacucho, securing Peru's independence.
Thomas, delivered an address in March at the dedication of the Simon Bolivar Room in the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University, in Providence, Rhode Island.
SOUTHPORT and Ainsdale's James Robinson will represent the English Golf Union in the biennial Simon Bolivar Cup in Venezuela, which starts next week.
Currently the music director of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, he's also spent 10 years as music director of the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela.
Simon Bolivar; essays on the life and legacy of the liberator.