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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How Simon Bolivar changed the structure of power in South America and helped create five independent nations.
Catalogue: Coleccion de Crustaceos Peracaridos, Universidad Simon Bolivar (TA-0255).
El III Encuentro Nacional y el VI Congreso Latino americano de Investigadores de la Comunicacion fueron organizados por la Universidad de Santa Cruz de la Sierra, con el apoyo institucional de ALAIC, ABOIC, la Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar y el Centro Interdisciplinario Boliviano de Estudios de la Comunicacion.
Hugo Chavez, besides being a Marxist, is also fanatically dedicated to the vision of Simon Bolivar, the revolutionary leader who liberated much of South America from Spanish rule in the early 1800s.
The next year, he and his allies changed the constitution and renamed the country after the eighteenth century independence leader Simon Bolivar.
In 1976, he obtain a master's degree in the economics of hydroelectricity from the Simon Bolivar University in Caracas.
The pair are taking part in the Simon Bolivar Cup in Caracas, Venezuela, from November 8-11.
Within hours of landing at the Simon Bolivar Airport.
The two leading figures of the South American wars of independence were Simon Bolivar in the north and Jose de San Martin in the south.
Lila York's SFB premiere, El Grito, owes much to her recent reading on courageous Latin Americans, both contemporary ones and historical figures such as Father Hidalgo and Simon Bolivar.
He had returned from a South American assignment on the legacy of Simon Bolivar, for National Geographic.