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, the television station owned and operated by Ángel Ramos (Ángel Ramos (industrialist)). On January 11, 1965, the group began a seven-year participation in the televised part of the ''Sultana Festival'', a show produced by Paquito Cordero. Lara and ''Los Hispanos'' travelled and performed in the United States, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Peru, Venezuela and Chile. Lara enrolled in the Music Conservatory of Puerto Rico and in 1970 earned his Bachelors degree, specializing in trumpet-playing. He formed a duo with Maria Esther Ortiz called ''Los Dos'' and also founded the ''Allegro 72'' group, which, among others, included Luis Antonio Cosme. Lara performed with ''Allegro 72'' at Carnegie Hall, New York and at various television stations. Some members of ''Allegro 72'' who went on to gain fame were Lunna, Angel "Cuco" Peña and Alyce Gracia. In September 2003, she was appointed as Director of Consumption of the Basque Country Autonomous Community. In 2005 it was announced that she had been appointed to the new position of Delegate of the Basque Country Autonomous Community to Argentina, following approval by the Argentine and Basque governments. Delegates have also been appointed to Madrid, Brussels, Mexico, Venezuela and Chile. She will be based in the Basque-Argentine Institute of Co-operation and Development in Buenos Aires until a new building is found in the city. In just fifteen days of sales in Latin America the album went platinum. The album was the centerpiece of the extensive Sueño Stereo tour that made Soda by Venezuela, Colombia, Perú, Chile, Honduras, Panamá, Costa Rica, México and the United States, which began on September 8, 1995 in Buenos Aires, extending until 24 April 1996 in Santiago de Chile. This is the categorization of the '''Bolivarian Missions''' implemented under current Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez. These programs are components of the Bolivarian Revolution. During 1948 to 1954 Brusset travelled to Caracas, Venezuela and San Juan, Puerto Rico and spent time in the United States with his exhibition ''Paris by Brusset'' under the patronage of the cultural attaché of the French embassy in Washington, D.C.. As a result of their successful exhibition of his works acquired by the Delgado Museum of Art in New Orleans, Brusset was made a Citizen of Honour of the town and Colonel of the Guard of Honour of the Lord Governor of Louisiana, an honour never previously conferred upon a foreigner. The exhibition then visited many cities, including Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee), Dallas, San Francisco, New York, Miami, Montreal and Toronto. poptime 20,000 popplace Venezuela, Guyana, Surinam rels Traditional beliefs The '''Warao''' are an indigenous people (Indigenous peoples in South America) inhabiting northeastern Venezuela and western Guyana. Alternate common spellings of Warao are Waroa, Guarauno, Guarao, and Warrau. The term ''Warao'' translates as "the boat people," after the Warao's lifelong and intimate connection to the water. Most of the approximately 20,000 Warao inhabit Venezuela's Orinoco Delta region, with smaller numbers in neighboring Guyana and Suriname. They speak an agglutinative language, also called Warao (Warao language). José Prudencio Padilla (Riohacha, Colombia, March 19, 1784 - Bogotá, Colombia, October 2, 1828) hero of the independence of Gran Colombia (present-day Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador and Panama). He was the foremost naval hero of the campaign for independence led by Simón Bolívar, the creator of the first Navy and Admiral of Great Colombia. '''Cristóbal Rojas''' (Cúa, Miranda (Miranda (state)), 15 December 1857 — Caracas, 8 November 1890) was one of the most important and high-profile Venezuelan painters of the 19th century. Rojas's styles varied considerably throughout his life, and he displayed talents in painting that ranged primarily for dramatic effect, to works done in the Impressionist style. '''Martín Tovar y Tovar''' (10 February 1827 — 17 December 1902) was one of the most important and high-profile Venezuelan painters of the 19th century. Tovar y Tovar's most famous work is his famous and well-known depiction of the Battle of Carabobo. Tovar y Tovar's other famous works are his portrayals of the Battle of Junín and the Battle of Ayacucho.

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Deportes date 2006-10-21 accessdate 2007-09-14 Following this fight the World Boxing Organization recognized him as a WBO Super Champion for reaching ten successful title defenses. On his first fight of 2007 that took place on March 28

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during their brief period of freedom, and the intrepid diver has left his imperishable mark, as a mural in his likeness - the background music featuring, for a last time, the chorus: ''That's why we are here''. Head of SIM In 1958 he became the head of the newly created Military Intelligence Service (SIM) and the chief planner of assassinations of the regime's adversaries abroad. SIM employed thousands of people and was involved in immigration, passports, censorship, supervision of aliens, and undercover work, including foreign operations. Thus he was instrumental in the two attempts to kill Venezuela's then-president Rómulo Betancourt; first there was an attack on Betancourt in the streets of Havana to inject him with poison, later a car bomb blew up his Cadillac in Caracas, killing the driver and a bystander, while Betancourt survived.

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, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Uruguay and Brazil. During that deployment she served as the flagship for Destroyer Squadron 26. Some coral trees are used widely in the tropics and subtropics as street and park trees, especially in drier areas. In some places, such as Venezuela, ''bucaré''s are used as shade trees for coffee (Shade-grown coffee) or cocoa (Cocoa bean) crops. In the Bengal region, they are used for the same

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Linda Ostler prepares a cornucopia for the Thanksgiving meal at the galley on board Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla.jpg left thumb A cornucopia made of bread, prepared for a Thanksgiving meal in 2005 for U.S. Navy personnel In modern depictions, the cornucopia is typically a hollow, horn-shaped wicker basket filled with various kinds of festive fruit and vegetables. In North America, the cornucopia has come to be associated with Thanksgiving and the harvest. Cornucopia

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argued against "the end of history": he argued his case in his September 2006 address to the United Nations General Assembly. Text of Hugo Chávez's address to the United Nations General Assembly, September 2006 As recently as August 2006, Fukuyama has written in response to Chávez's argument, his main point being that Chavismo is only possible due to the unique oil reserves of Venezuela, and thus will not spread. Francis Fukuyama. (2006-08-06). "History's Against Him". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2008-06-18. Original inhabitants Bonaire's earliest known inhabitants were the Caquetio Indians (Caquetio people), a branch of the Arawak (Arawak peoples) who came by canoe from Venezuela in about AD 1000. Archeological remains of Caquetio culture have been found at certain sites northeast of Kralendijk and near Lac Bay. Caquetio rock paintings and petroglyphs have been preserved in caves at Spelonk, Onima, Ceru Pungi, and Ceru Crita-Cabai. The Caquetios were apparently a very tall people, for the Spanish name for the ABC Islands (ABC islands (Lesser Antilles)) was 'las Islas de los Gigantes' or 'the islands of the giants.'

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known in places including Spain, Puerto Rico, Russia, Venezuela and Argentina. In ''Rosa Salvaje,'' she acted alongside Verónica Castro and Guillermo Capetillo, among others. ESPN Latin America, unlike its U.S. sister channels, has more programs related to football (football (soccer)), such as live games from Spain's La Liga. It also airs live retransmissions of ''ESPN Sunday Night Baseball (Sunday Night Baseball)'', the Home Run Derby, All-Star Game


film cult favorite" in "such places as Mexico, Venezuela, and Algiers." Peary, Danny (Danny Peary). ''Cult Movies (Cult Movies (book))'', Delta Books, 1981. ISBN 0-517-20185-2 The film had a theatrical run of fifteen months in Paris. Young, Vernon. "Much Madness: Werner Herzog and Contemporary German Cinema", in ''The Hudson Review'', Vol. 30, No. 3 (August 1977), pp

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thereafter, the LegalEase became independent. On its 20th year anniversary, it launched an online blog to complement its radio program.LegalEase is a tool to further public legal education initiatives in Quebec and Canada. The program covers topics of general legal interest as well as issues particular to the common law and the civil law (Civil law (legal system)). Notable guests on the program include Janet Afary, Jim Stanford, Jill

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'''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.

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