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“1969-75: After Time Magazine puts the face of the founder of the United Farm Workers of America on its Independence Day cover, the name Cesar Chavez remains on the lips of American union workers and Left activists for the next decade.”
“Cesar is the benchmark of course, but you missed "The Batman" 's bouncy, antic rendition.”
“In "Harvesting Hope" author Kathleen Krull saw an obvious amount of dramatic tension in Cesar's 1968 nationwide boycott.”
“But while "Wilma" relies heavily on textures and thick weighty lines, "Cesar" is all about making pictures glow.”
“The world would be a much more pleasant space if heroes like Cesar Chavez were presented to the world as beautifully as in Cesar: Si, Se Puede!”
“Female fans can only dream about him because, though Cesar is generous with hugs for his clients, his kisses are reserved for wife, Illusion.”
“At 1: 41, when the helicopter is at 2,500 feet, soldiers overpower the rebel leader, who went by the name Cesar and a second guerrilla who had been tricked into coming along.”
“The only difference is we use regular milk instead of the condensed version used in Cesar's recipe.”
“The story's main character, Cesar, is a handsome, young and wealthy co-owner of a restaurant chain.”
“He also knew that they had two shortstops ready for the big leagues in Cesar Izturis and Felipe Lopez.”
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