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Cruz

(krūz),
Oswaldo, Brazilian physician, 1872-1917. See: Chagas-Cruz disease, Cruz trypanosomiasis.
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America is a charitable nation, but we cannot allow charity for some to compromise the safety for all," Abbott said during a news conference with Cruz in Washington, D.
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Rafael Cruz, 57Worcester - Rafael Cruz, 57, suddenly passed away at home on Thursday February 19, 2015; He is survived by his loving wife Diana (Olivencia) Cruz, with whom he has enjoyed 35 years of marriage; His son Rafael Cruz Jr; His daughter Katherine Cruz; His brother William Martinez; Two sisters: Gloria and Iris Cruz.
Thirty-five years of construction experience in remote sites in Alaska has given Dave Cruz no shortage of stories to tell.
Thank you for the opportunity to be of service to our nation,'' Cruz, 53, said in the letter.
The latest in the extensive Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations series, Carlos Fuentes' The Death of Artemio Cruz is an anthology of essays by learned scholars discussing the finer points of the novel "The Death of Artemio Cruz" (1962) by contemporary Mexican author Carlos Fuentes.
Cruz & Company mobilized on the site last Thursday, excavating down to the level at which the foundation will be laid.
Juan Cruz is translating Don Quijote (again), 2005, raised these questions and others besides.
The natural gas-rich provinces, Santa Cruz and Tarija, stop short of declaring themselves breakaway republics.
Dwight of the University of California, Irvine, and colleagues interviewed 1,873 surfers in two California surfing hot spots: rural Santa Cruz County and urban northern Orange County.
His nursery, Vivero Hacienda La Cruz, is located on one of the most fertile grounds in the central-Mexican state of Michoacan.
For many of those that don't know, it is now illegal to skate on most of the streets in Santa Cruz.