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maza

An obsolete term for placenta (from Greek for barley bread).
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The reader should by now be aware that Maza is referring not to the conditions of material existence--for even in the old regime there were people in business, in the liberal professions, in trade, in government administration, and elsewhere, whom we would think of as bourgeois--but to what Maza calls the "social imaginary," or the manner in which people conceived of their world.
Referring to the 1994 indigenous uprising in Chiapas, Maza says sarcastically, "Only after 500 years, when they finally shot a bullet, did we find out that Indians exist and that they want to eat three meals a day.
Maza served as Partner, Transaction Advisory Services at Ernst & Young LLP, New York, NY, and previously as Vice President, Structured Finance at the New York, NY offices of both Goldman Sachs & Co and JP Morgan Securities, Inc.
Maza as persons, as well as for their varied business and professional background," said Mr.
Maza, an eight-year minor- league journeyman before he was called to the majors for the first time May 13, was hitting .
And as long as rape and other forms of violence happen in our own country, we, all women, are at risk,'' Maza said.
She did, however, offer the woman some water: As she sat and drank, the woman observed some of the few small toys that Mary Jo's young daughters Maza and Sarah had brought from home.
1999, Contreras Maza is an active brigadier general.
These are stories which, as Sarah Maza points out, can connect private and public experience to produce new understanding of a dominant discourse.
EXILED ON THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES, MARGARITA MAZA DE JUAREZ HELPED ADVANCE HER HUSBAND BENITO'S CAUSE
Since 1999, Maza has worked at Zurich in North America in its professional liability division.
Former Congressman and the current Governor of Iloilo, Rolex Suplico, lawyer Harry Roque and De Venecia led the filing of the complaints in the House of Representatives while Leftist Congressmen Satur Ocampo, Teddy Casino and Liza Maza endorsed them.