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CORTES. The name of the legislative assemblies of Spain and Portugal.

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Prior to his most recent appointment, Cortes was a partner with the law firm of Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer and Kupersmith.
Cortes said the earlier request for an additional 10 staff has been approved, which now puts the consular staff at 46, including local hires, up from just 27 in 2014.
The Cortes Group has yearly sales of more than $40 million.
The Mar de Cortes International Airport -- the first privately built airport in all of Mexico -- has welcomed private flights since November of 2009, when it was inaugurated in an opening ceremony by president Felipe Calderon.
Cortes is considered a public official because he administered federal funds even though he is not an elected or appointed government official.
Right after the San Jose mine collapsed, Cortes recounts, Pres.
Por ocasiao da aplicacao de nitrogenio, foram efetuados cortes de uniformizacao da forragem, referentes aos intervalos entre cortes.
Cortes, who only has one other film to his credit, said he managed to pitch it to Reynolds during a 40-minute meeting in a Los Angeles restaurant.
AoI see guys in banking in their 50s and 60s and I can tell, thereAAEs no passion anymore,Ao Cortes says in a phone interview from Hong Kong, his home for the last 14 years.
Cortes grew up in Reykjavik, the son of an Icelandic world-class tenor father and English concert pianist mother.
I better focus on the music and let the boys have fun," Cortes says, laughing.
This volume examines how the representation of Hernan Cortes, first in his own Cartas de relacion (1519-26) and later in Francisco Lopez de Gomara's Historia de la conquista de Mexico (1552), defines and justifies Spain's conquest of Mexico.