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lazar

(lā′zər, lăz′ər)
n. Archaic
A diseased person; a leper.
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Lazo, who turned 69 in January this year, has been serving as bishop of the Antique diocese since 2009, and also served as bishop of the Diocese of Kalibo from 2003 to 2009.
Bishop Lazo will be the 13th archbishop of one of the largest archdioceses in the country with more than three million Catholic population.
Ahora, 38 anos despues y cuando su hijo es el principal consejero del presidente Enrique Pena Nieto, Guzman Lazo regreso a la administracion federal como sustituto de Rosario Brindis Alvarez, la funcionarla de Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) que enfrenta una denuncia por realizar negocios millonarios al amparo de su cargo.
SP](t), que representa el lazo de control primario, y la variable manipulada del flujo del fluido caloportador el cual, a su vez es la variable controlada para el lazo secundario, [Q.
The council ran a community consultation in 2013 before plans to build the new Star Hub were approved, but Ms Lazo claims the consultation was misleading.
Este sistema permite, con un solo boton, intercambiar el tipo de control de lazo abierto a lazo cerrado y viceversa, por lo que este debe ser completamente coherente entre los 2 tipos de control, con el objetivo de brindar una alta estabilidad al paciente, aun cuando se intercambie de lazo cerrado a lazo abierto varias veces durante el mismo procedimiento.
A part of that review, Lazo continued, "should focus on SRO structure, because the markets have changed to the point that the current structure of the self-regulatory model is widely viewed to be outdated and in need of reform.
Lazo made the remarks on Friday after signing an agreement with the visiting leader of Russian Senate, Valentina Matviyenko, to boost the parliamentary cooperation between the two countries.
Lazo had previously served in a variety of other roles, including second vice president.
Lazo, a black man who grew up in extreme poverty in the province of Matanzas, was 14 when he joined the militias and youth organizations, participating in the revolution's 1961 literacy campaign.
Para abordar el tema de la historia de Valera desde la perspectiva geopolitica comenzaremos por decir que el Sitio de Valera al ser erigido parroquia quedo subordinado al Obispo Diocesano Rafael Lazo de la Vega de la diocesis de Merida de Maracaibo, al occidente de la Provincia de Venezuela, territorio en poder de la corona espanola en la cabeza de Fernando VII.