Tapia


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Ta·pi·a

(tap'ē-ă),
Antonio G., Spanish otolaryngologist, 1875-1950. See: Tapia syndrome.
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Summary: Buenos Aires [Argentina], June 11 (ANI): Argentine Football Association (AFA) president Claudio Tapia has said that making it to the semi-finals of the upcoming FIFA World Cup remains their primary goal heading into the showpiece event.
Reynaldo Tapia along with Michael Deocariza and Victor Fontilara were also ordered to pay P3 million in damages to the family of Raspado, Echague Regional Trial Court Judge Bonifacio Ong said in a ruling issued on Friday.
Tapia and Deocariza were arrested in Maddela town, Quirino province, while Fontilara was nabbed in a police operation in San Agustin town, Isabela.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-May 24, 2017-Metso announces Victor Tapia as president of Minerals Capital business area effective 1 June 2017
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 24, 2017-Metso announces Victor Tapia as president of Minerals Capital business area effective 1 June 2017
Victor Tapia has been appointed president of Metso's Minerals Capital business area and a member of Metso's executive team, reporting to Matti Kahkonen, president and CEO.
Juliet of the Tropics: A Bilingual Edition of Alejandro Tapia y Rivera's La Cuarterona (1867)
| Adelma Tapia Ruiz, 37, from Peru, was killed in the bombings at Zaventem Airport.
Cardinal Bank (NASDAQ: CFNL) has announced the promotion of Fabiola Tapia to assistant vice president, manager of Cardinal Bank's Greensboro banking office.
It remained in place until June 30, when Corizon Health officials determined that Ringquist was no longer a threat to harm himself, Assistant Lane County Counsel Sebastian Tapia said.