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“Catrachos captain Amado Guevara, MLS 'MVP in 2004, provided the scouting report on the Americans.”
“He knew Belk was going to call Amado as a witness if Chandler didn't.”
“Amado'ddin Zenki to fucceed him -, but afterwards, as we find intimated by the fame author, at the mitigation of Fakh - ro'ddin Abd'al Mafih, the eunuch, his prime miniiter, who hated' Amado'dciin, on account of his attachment to Nu - ro'ddin, he transferred the fucceflion to Al Moez Saifo'ddin Gazi, his younger fon.”
“Amado'ddin receiving intelligence of the foltan's defign, after he had reduced Corzin, a fortrefs in the diftrictt of Aleppo, re - turned to his capital, and made the proper difpofitions for fuftaining a fiege.”
“Soon after the foltan had reached Ras Al 'Ain, an ambaflador from Kilij Arflan had an audience of him 5 in which he informed him, that all the kings of the Eaft had formed a confederacy againft him, and were determined to come to an open rupture, if he did not defifl from his enterprize againft Al Mawfel and Maredin; but this formidable alliance by no means intimidating him, he marched to Dunifer, where he was joined by' Amado'ddiu Ebn Kara Arfftn, with the troops of Nuro'ddin, the faheb of Maredin, the”
“Economy Minister and Vice President-elect Amado Boudou said in an interview with Radio La Red on Monday that the new rule is aimed at deterring money laundering and foreign-exchange transactions related to tax evasion.”
“My life in Morelia has not changed -- this morning I went to the Centro Histórico for a doctor's appointment, had breakfast with friends at the Hotel Casino, went to visit a friend who lives on Calle Amado Nervo, went grocery shopping, came home, cooked comida.”
“Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner's surgery for thyroid cancer puts a spotlight on her vice president, Amado Boudou, a guitar-playing former economy minister who will run the country for about three weeks in January.”
“BUENOS AIRES—President Cristina Kirchner's emergency surgery for thyroid cancer puts a spotlight on her vice president, Amado Boudou, a guitar-playing former economy minister who will run the country for at least three weeks in January during her hospitalization and convalescence.”
“Mr. Lorenzino, 39 years old, is well-liked on financial markets and is seen as an ally of outgoing economy minister Amado Boudou, who will become vice president when the leftist Mrs. Kirchner is sworn in for a second term on Saturday.”
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