escribano

escribano

(ˌeɪskrɪˈbɑːnəʊ)
n
(Professions) a clerk or scribe
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The key players in the aircraft arresting system market are Runway Safe Group, Zodiac Aerospace Co., General Dynamics Corp., The Boeing Co., Scama AB, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc., WireCo WorldGroup, Inc., Atech Inc., and Escribano Mechanical & Engineering S.L.
He served as an altar boy at the Binondo Church and was educated by the Dominican friars for whom he worked as a stenographer (escribano).
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Summary: Agartala (Tripura) [India], May 7 (ANI): Elias Escribano, a cyclist from Spain is on a world tour with the message - "Live Your Dream."
Among those present were Ballet Philippines' president Margie Moran Floirendo; Adam Sage, who restaged the ballet based on an episode from Miguel de Cervantes' masterpiece; and Guillermo Escribano of the Spanish Embassy.
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Since the previously announced memorandum of understanding with Roketsan of Turkey, similar arrangements have been reached with Expal, Escribano and Equipaer of Spain, as well as Rheinmetall of Germany, and the US suppliers Nobles Worldwide and US Ordnance.
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