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“MARTIN: Louis Barajas is one of our regular contributors on matters of personal finance.”
“Barajas is arbitration-eligible and could make as much as $2 million more than Laird next season.”
“Catcher Rod Barajas is nursing a deep bruise inside his left calf, placing a heavier burden on starter Damian Miller.”
“However, we did find dinner at one of the best street taco stands ever, "Barajas," well-lit stainless steel counters with a ventilator fan (!), serving arrachera, "vampiros," and other fare that made the stopover in Los Mochis almost worth it.”
“Potential bidders for Madrid's Barajas include a group led by Ferrovial SA, the leading shareholder of BAA, which owns London's Heathrow and Stansted airports.”
“It wants to raise €3.7 billion for Barajas and €1.6 billion for El Prat.”
“The government in September had said that six bidding groups had indicated they would bid for Madrid's Barajas airport and another six for Barcelona's El Prat.”
“Barajas reports that AT&T awarded the G.I. Forum an initial $100,000 grant, but the money was redirected to HTTP, which backed AT&T's position on Net Neutrality and the T-Mobile takeover.”
“Michael Barajas, a reporter for the San Antonio Current, published a lengthy investigation last week about political infighting at the American G.I. Forum, a Latino veterans group.”
“On Tuesday afternoon, Madrid's Barajas airport was full of frustrated travelers trying to get home.”
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