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(ah-kōs'tă),
Joseph (José) de, Spanish Jesuit missionary, 1539-1600. See: Acosta disease.
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PSD principal Dr Alex Acosta 11:05 PM 27 September 2015
NSS, a Division of Acosta Sales and Marketing, Is Charged with National Expansion of Victoria Pasta Sauce
Acosta declared that it has taken over Southern Sales Solutions in Kenner, La.
Luis Gilberto Acosta was a passenger in a truck driven by Mr.
Co-owner Chris Acosta states, "Amlings has multiple locations throughout Chicago, we are hoping to share other locations with them in the future.
Orlando native Eusebio Diaz Acosta was arrested Sunday after authorities claim the 51-year-old stole a tractor trailer hauling $75,000 worth of soup on Florida's turnpike Sunday morning.
There's plenty of Ashton, as expected--Marianela Nunez and Acosta in La Fille Mal Gardee, Leanne Benjamin and Acosta in Voices of Spring, and Bussell and guest artist Roberto Bolle in Sylvia.
Acosta was also that night's main performer, along with Roberta Marquez.
Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro --who played a key role in the government's dirty war against leftists in the 1970s and 1980s as well as in the drug-trafficking operations of the Juarez cartel --was gunned down in Mexico City as he exited his automobile.
Carlos Acosta Premieres Plus Birmingham Hippodrome Royal Ballet principal Carlos Acosta is becoming a familiar face in Birmingham and this time he was joined by fellow principal Zenaida Yanowsky in Premieres Plus, a series of short dance pieces.
Chosen by Acosta and featuring choreographers such as Kim Brandstrup, Russell Maliphant and Will Tuckett, the programme played to the strengths of both performers.
Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez is also a suspect in last year's killing of a US consulate employee near a border crossing in Ciudad Juarez.