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Abandoned by her father when she was just a year old, Evita and her four siblings were raised by her mother in an impoverished Buenos Aires province called Junin.
Oil and gas director general Evita Herawati Legowo said the extension of the contracts was granted after evaluation by government officials of relevant agencies.
La premiere dame, epouse du President Juan Domingo Peron, que l'on a nommee affectueusement Evita, est transformee par la construction du mythe dans un etre merveilleux et tout puissant.
ICON has supported Drager Evita Series ventilator customers in the US and Canada beginning in September 2001 and has since extended support to Savina and Babylog ventilator customers.
As a matter of fact, just about anywhere you wander around the high-powered metropolis of Buenos Aires, you're bound to run into at least one iconic image of Evita Peron, the charismatic, controversial figure who served as Argentina's first lady from 1946 until her death in 1952.
Before Evita there was Manuelita, the tempestuous mistress of Latin America's greatest hero, Simon Bolivar.
We're off to see the new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita in London's West End.
College-level students of the film musical will want to make SIGNING A NEW TUNE: THE REBIRTH OF THE MODERN FILM MUSICAL FROM EVITA TO DE-LOVELY AND BEYOND essential to understanding the new film musical.
It's not only controversial for its views, but leading scholars question whether Evita wrote this herself: a detailed introduction by Peron scholar Joseph A.
In 1944 Evita met Juan Peron who was a fast-rising politician.
On the 50th anniversary of her death Museo Evita threw open its wrought-iron gates to visitors.
Santa Evita was published one week before the forty-third anniversary of Eva Peron's death; with it, Tomas Eloy Martinez complements his own 1985 Novela de Peron and Abel Posse's 1994 Pasion segun Eva.