wide perspective, studying the culture of the entire continent. He left Venezuela, under the political persecution of dictator Juan Vicente Gómez. Living for a large period in Chile, he studied History gaining the degree of “Profesor de Historia” and later the Doctorate on Philosophy and Letters. '''Juan Manuel García Grüber''' (September 7, 1904 - September 21, 1997) was a Venezuelan economist, financier, writer, philosopher and diplomat. '''Gonzalo Parra
event to secure the points title and defend (championship) his 2005 championship (Dew Action Sports Tour 2005#BMX: Vert), wins the Pro to raise his cumulative score to 475 points and to complete the schedule having failed to win just one meeting—the Panasonic Open (Event 1), in which he places second behind Briton (Great Britain) '''Simon Tabron''', the X Games silver medallist, who finishes fifty points adrift of Robinson for a podium finish. Venezuelan '''Daniel Dhers
the gold medal. Cramner, having won each X Games run to earn the X Games park gold medal, and having won the Panasonic and Toyota contests, finishes 59 points behind Dhers, having compiled 330 Tour points, and 11 points clear of Nyquist, the Vans champion and a Right Guard and Toyota runner-up; American '''Morgan Wade''', behind Cramner the X Games silver medallist, manages no finish better than eighth and ultimately finishes in overall thirteenth. In the dirt event (Dirt Jumping), American
and the remainder by closed party lists. ''CNN'', Venezuela (Presidential), accessed 27 September 2010 *Sexual Harassment Heads-Up: ''He Touched Me'' by Barbra Streisand *Venezuela Heads-Up: ''Hot Hot Hot (Hot Hot Hot (Arrow song))'' by Buster Poindexter *Death Penalty Heads-Up: ''Shock The Monkey'' by Peter Gabriel The '''El Ávila National Park''' (or ''Waraira
is left of Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Orlando and that there are now two huge craters where McCoy AFB and downtown Orlando once stood. He also informs them that it will likely take a thousand years to get the contaminated areas decontaminated and habitable again. Maracas are heard in many forms of Latin music and are also used in pop (pop music) and classical music. They are considered characteristic of the music of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela
, Jamaica and Brazil. Maracas are often played at celebrations and special events. In rock and roll, they are probably most identified with Bo Diddley, who wrote the song "Bring it to Jerome" about his maraca player, Jerome Green (who also played maracas for Chuck Berry). Maracas are also very popular with children and are commonly included in the instruments of the rhythm band. * The castle-museum (Château de Boulogne-sur-Mer) of Boulogne, in the fortified
name "Bo Diaz statistics" Joropo Central The '''Joropo central''', is a musical style characteristic from the states Aragua (Aragua (state)) and Miranda (Miranda (state)) and the Eastern zones of Carabobo and north of Guárico (Guárico (state)). Is also called '''Joropo tuyero''' or '''pasaje aragüeño''', it accompanies the dance of joropo at the central zone of Venezuela, is interpreted by a harpist and a singer, that also executes the maracas
sometimes been treated as a subspecies of the latter species. Cover Art The original cover, of which only approximately 25,000 were produced in Venezuela, depicted the band's mascot, Eddie (Eddie the Head), holding the decapitated (decapitation) head of singer Paul Di'Anno.
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literature , his literary and journalistic works were strictly related to the social and political history of Venezuela. By 1930 he had become affiliated to the Comintern, having plenty of interest for Marxist thinking. He was able to return to Venezuela at the death of Gómez in 1935. Taking advantage of the freedom of speech allowed by Gómez’s successor in office, Eleazar López Contreras, Otero Silva began writing humorous poetry in newspapers, with certain political
film, ''Señora Bolero'' (''Ms. Bolero''). Later that year, he participated in his first telenovela, ''Sueño Contigo'' (''I Dream of You''). He was soon signed to a multi-year contract by Radio Caracas Television. Other films de León has acted in include a Venezuelan version of Batman, and ''El Cristo de las Violetas'' (''Jesus of the Violets''). '''''Heliconia episcopalis''''' (syn. (synonymy): ''Heliconia biflora'' Eicheler ex. Petersen, ''Bihai episcopalis'' ( José
pairs of feathers of the otherwise black tail are white; this gives rise to the scientific species name, ''hemileucurus'' translating as "half-white tail", but several other sabrewings share the tail pattern, not least the White-tailed Sabrewing of Venezuela and Tobago. The '''Gulf of Paria''' ('''Golfo de Paria''' in Spanish (Spanish language)) is a shallow inland sea between the island of Trinidad (Republic of Trinidad
of the football team. He attended the Michigan School of Mines (now Michigan Technological University) in 1910, became a geologist, and worked for Union Oil as Manager of Lands and Foreign Exploration helping to develop the first wells in Mexico and Venezuela. He took time off from his job to serve in the U.S. Army in World War I and fought in France. He and his father became minority owners of the Burnham
'''Venezuela''' ( with an estimated population around 29,100,000. Venezuela is considered a state with extremely high biodiversity (Megadiverse countries), with habitats ranging from the Andes Mountains in the west to the Amazon Basin rainforest in the south, via extensive ''llanos (Los Llanos, Venezuela)'' plains and Caribbean coast in the center and the Orinoco River Delta (Orinoco Delta) in the east.
The territory currently known as Venezuela was colonized by Spain (Spanish colonization of the Americas) in 1522 amid resistance from indigenous peoples (Indigenous peoples in Venezuela). In 1811, it became one of the first Spanish-American colonies to declare independence (First Republic of Venezuela), which was not securely established until 1821, when Venezuela was a department of the federal republic of Gran Colombia. It gained full independence as a separate country in 1830. During the 19th century, Venezuela suffered political turmoil and autocracy, remaining dominated by regional ''caudillos'' (military strongmen) until the mid-20th century. Since 1958, the country has had a series of democratic governments. Economic shocks in the 1980s and 1990s led to several political crises, including the deadly Caracazo riots of 1989, two attempted coups in 1992 (1992 Venezuelan coup d'état attempts), and the impeachment of President Carlos Andrés Pérez for embezzlement of public funds in 1993. A collapse in confidence in the existing parties saw the 1998 election (Venezuelan presidential election, 1998) of former coup-involved career officer Hugo Chávez and the launch of the Bolivarian Revolution, beginning with a 1999 Constituent Assembly (1999 Constituent Assembly of Venezuela) to write a new Constitution of Venezuela.
Venezuela is a federal (federation) presidential republic consisting of 23 states (States of Venezuela), the Capital District (Venezuelan Capital District) (covering Caracas), and federal dependencies (Federal Dependencies of Venezuela) (covering Venezuela's offshore islands). Venezuela also claims all Guyanese (Guyana) territory west of the Essequibo River, a
Venezuela is among the most urbanized countries in Latin America; as (by 1998) per capita GDP fell to the same level as 1963, down a third from its 1978 peak. Kelly, Janet and Palma, Pedro (2006) "The Syndrome of Economic Decline and the Quest for Change", p. 207 in McCoy, Jennifer and Myers, David (eds, 2006), ''The Unraveling of Representative Democracy in Venezuela'', Johns Hopkins University Press, ISBN 0-8018-8428-4.
The recovery of oil prices (Price of petroleum) after 2001 boosted the Venezuelan economy and facilitated social spending which significantly reduced economic inequality and poverty, Kevin Voigt (6 March 2013). Chavez leaves Venezuelan economy more equal, less stable. ''CNN.'' Retrieved 5 April 2014. Dan Beeton and Joe Sammut (6 December 2013). Venezuela Leads Region in Poverty Reduction in 2012, ECLAC Says. ''Center for Economic and Policy Research''. Retrieved 5 April 2014. although the fallout of the 2008 global financial crisis (Financial crisis of 2007–2010) caused a renewed economic downturn. In February 2013, Venezuela devalued its currency due to the rising shortages in the country.