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Cruz

(krūz),
Oswaldo, Brazilian physician, 1872-1917. See: Chagas-Cruz disease, Cruz trypanosomiasis.
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Guarino described Cruz as a distant child with occasional violent tendencies, traits she noticed over the years as he spent time with her son in her home.
Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was ticking through his hopes for Congress this year before a Tea Party group here Saturday when one of his comments drew a sarcastic retort from the audience.
Top Filipino songwriter Wilfredo Buencamino Cruz, popularly known as Willy Cruz, has died, according to his colleagues who have gone on social media to express their condolences.
In the 27 states where GOP entrance or exit polls have been taken thus far, Ted Cruz carried the white born-again evangelical vote in eight.
INDIANAPOLIS - Victor Cruz takes no offense at not being invited here, where the top pro prospects assemble every February for the NFL Scouting Combine, two years ago following his final season at UMass.
CARSON -- Mexican striker Jared Borgetti looked at the jersey of his new team Cruz Azul and smiled during a news conference in late December.
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.
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.
Cuban-American playwright Nilo Cruz has been perfecting his craft for 15 years and has 10 plays under his belt.