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Ba·tis·ta

(bah-tēs'tă),
Randas, 20th-century Brazilian cardiac surgeon. See: Batista procedure.
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A luxurious $1.2 million Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren literally sits in the lounge of Batista's Jardim Botanico mansion in Rio de Janeiro.
Ser supersticioso es una parte importante de la personalidad de Batista. Ademas de sus obsesiones con la Ietra X [usa iniciales para la mayoria de los nombres de sus empresas y siempre incluye la letra X como simbolo de la multiplicacion de la riqueza) y con el, numero 63, Batista tambien tiene cristales, palitos de canela y otros objetos para ahuyentar la mala suerte.
"There are no deadlines, there's no rush, no urgency to name a new coach so there will be a process of consideration and study." Sergio Batista's contract was to take him to the end of the South American qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil with Batista vowing to build a team around Lionel Messi, the world's best player, to win the title.
And a spokesman for the Argentine Football Association confirmed Batista's contract had been "rescinded".
The Argentine Football Association, facing an identity crisis in the national game, announced Batista had stepped down after his team was knocked out of the tournament in the quarterfinals nine days ago.
A brief look at Batista's first squad reveals Argentina's huge pool of talent.
Mr Batista told the court in a statement: "The injury has affected my relationship with my five-year-old daughter, as she is frightened of coming too close because of the injury.
"What is your capacity to fail," Batista asked attendees.
Eike Batista, a Brazilian billionaire, is planning to sell a minority share of OGX Petroleo e Gas Participacoes SA (OGX Petroleo e Gas Participacoes) (OGXP3.BR), a Brazil-based oil and gas company.
"We are confident that by the end of 2010 we will, not only be the largest beef producer in the world, but also a major distribution platform for chilled and frozen products globally", said JBS CEO Joesley Mendonca Batista.
In the mid-20th century, Cuba was controlled by dictator Fulgencio Batista. Batista had held power with the backing of the U.S.
Batista Jr., a vascular surgeon from Ronkonkoma, N.Y., donated a kidney to his wife, Dawnell, a nurse, in 2001.