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universities. Their outstanding characteristic is the home-made musical instruments (custom made instrument) (hence the name ''luthiers'', French (French language) for "musical instrument maker"), some of them extremely sophisticated, which they skillfully employ in their recitals to produce music and texts full of high class and refined humor. From 1977 until his death in 2007, they worked together with Roberto Fontanarrosa, a renowned Argentine cartoonist and writer


, and there is a reciprocal arrangement with Postal Services around the world to collect. An agreed payment based on volumes is made, year on year. Other forms of postage are collected at local Mail Centres, but Heathrow collects those that still get forwarded to them, that manage to arrive there. Bermuda, the UK's most populous remaining overseas territory, has developed its own, entirely separate, postcode system (Postal codes in Bermuda), with unique postcodes for street and PO Box

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in 1969 in ''Go-Set'' magazine. It became a full title in 1972 and was published by Nextmedia Pty Ltd (nextmedia), Sydney until 2008. It is now published by ACP Magazines and is the longest running international edition. clans area Concentrated in southern, south-western and eastern Colombia. Incursions in Peru, Venezuela, Brazil,

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. They like vegetation which provides good cover from birds of prey in the rainforest, savannah, mangroves, or marshlands. The '''Black howler''' (''Alouatta caraya'') is a species of howler monkey, a large New World monkey, from northeast Argentina, east Bolivia, east and south Brazil and Paraguay. Together with the brown howler, it is the southernmost member of the ''Alouatta'' genus. Only the adult male is black; adult females and juveniles of both genders

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de la Plata in 1776.) Most countries offered only vocal criticism following the invasion. The night of the invasion, Canada, Denmark, France, Paraguay, the United Kingdom and the United States requested a meeting of the United Nations Security Council. Franck (1985) At the meeting, the Czechoslovak ambassador Jan Muzik denounced the invasion. Soviet ambassador Jacob Malik (Jacob Alexandrovich Malik) insisted the Warsaw Pact actions were "fraternal assistance" against "antisocial forces". There are also significant Portuguese-speaking immigrant communities in many countries including Andorra (15.4%), 13,100 Portuguese nationals in 2010 according to Population par nationalité on the site of the "Département des Statistiques d'Andorre" Australia, 0.13% or 25,779 persons speak it at home in the 2006 census, see Commons:Category:Paraguay WikiPedia:Paraguay Dmoz:Regional South America Paraguay

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Nations development program. Further in 1959 he received the Order of the Lion of Finland's "Pro-Finlandia medal." Finnish design site He did much of his work for universities, schools, and also did a "Root Table" for the Finnish army. Art in Review, The New York Times Furniture designs based on his

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professional in 1986 and has played in many parts of the world. He has won more than twenty tournaments in Latin America, and from 1994 to 1999 he won five times on the Japan Golf Tour. He also claimed the 1994 Philippine Open (Philippine Open (golf)) title on the Asian Tour. Since 1999, he has played on the U.S. based PGA Tour. He was the first rookie to surpass $1 million in earnings in a season and won the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year title. He has won four times on the PGA Tour. He has featured in the top 20 of the Official World Golf Rankings. * Commons:Category:Paraguay WikiPedia:Paraguay Dmoz:Regional South America Paraguay


, one of the poorest parts of Paraguay. Valdez confessed that he had an "excellent childhood" and had the joy of being from a loving family. Not owning a football, his skills were developed by playing

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, the economic downturn, and international isolation, were catalysts for anti-regime demonstrations and statements by the opposition prior to the 1988 general elections. ''PLRA (Authentic Radical Liberal Party)'' leader Domingo Laino served as the focal point of the opposition in the second half of the 1980s. The government's effort to isolate Laino by exiling him in 1982 had backfired. On his sixth attempt to re-enter the country, in 1986 Laino returned

in the government caused by the fervent rivalries between the two leading political parties, the Partido Colorado (Colorado Party) (Colorado Party (Paraguay)) and the Partido Liberal (Liberal Party) (Authentic Radical Liberal Party). Because of the tensions, the founders of the club decided to use the colors of both parties, red (Colorados) and blue (Liberales), as the club's colors as a symbol of unity and friendship between Paraguayans. Later, white was used on the shorts to complete

political party (the liberal party) (Authentic Radical Liberal Party) was an inspiration to Juan Manuel Sosa Escalada, who along with some friends, decided to found a new sports club named '''Club Libertad''' on July 30, 1905. '''Club Nacional''' is a Paraguayan football (soccer) team, based in the neighbourhood of Barrio Obrero (Barrio Obrero (Asunción)) in Asunción, founded in 1904. Commons:Category:Paraguay WikiPedia:Paraguay Dmoz:Regional South America Paraguay

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Guasu," and also has a small history museum dedicated to memorabilia from the War of Triple Alliance, explaining Piribebuy's large role in the war, as well as memorabilia from the Chaco War and Colonial Times. officetype Zone officename


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The indigenous (indigenous people) Guaraní (Guarani people) had been living in Paraguay for at least a millennium before the Spanish (Spanish colonial empire) conquered the territory in the 16th century. Spanish settlers and Jesuit (Jesuits) missions (Reductions) introduced Christianity and Spanish culture to the region. Paraguay was on the periphery of Spain's colonial empire, with few urban centers and a sparse population. Following independence from Spain in 1811, Paraguay was ruled by a series of dictators who implemented isolationist (isolationism) and protectionist (protectionism) policies.

This development was truncated by the disastrous Paraguayan War (1864–1870), in which the country lost 60 to 70 percent of its population through war and disease, and about of territory to Argentina and Brazil. Through the 20th century, Paraguay continued to endure a succession of authoritarian governments, culminating in the regime of Alfredo Stroessner, who led South America's longest-lived military dictatorship from 1954 to 1989. He was toppled in an internal military coup, and free multi-party (multi-party system) elections were organized and held for the first time in 1993. A year later, Paraguay joined Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay to found Mercosur, a regional economic collaborative.

As of 2009, Paraguay's population was estimated to be at around 6.5 million, most of whom are concentrated in the southeast region of the country. The capital and largest city is Asunción, of which the metropolitan area is home to nearly a third of Paraguay's population. In contrast to most Latin American nations, Paraguay's indigenous language and culture, Guaraní, remains highly influential. In each census, residents predominantly identify as mestizo, reflecting years of intermarriage among the different ethnic groups. Guaraní (Paraguayan Guaraní) is recognized as an official language alongside Spanish, and both languages are widely spoken in the country, with around 92 percent of the general population speaking Spanish and 98 percent speaking Guaraní.

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