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“I have been trying unsuccessfully for several weeks to pay our annual premium, but Joel has disappeared (??), and "Edgardo" is always about to come back to the office!”
“But they certainly did invite people that know something about Venezuela Jennifer McCoy for one and even pro Chavez folks such as Edgardo Lander.”
“What has diminished is violence between criminal groups, said Edgardo Buscaglia, an security expert at Mexico's ITAM university.”
“Edgardo, red-faced, furious, retreated, met the manager coming across the dining room.”
“Now, the Lopezes were preparing to return home while Edgardo lay in the hospital.”
“Recently, they shared lunch there with Carlos Diaz Flores and Ada Ivette Polo Vega, whose son Edgardo, 26, is being treated for lymphoma, with an uncertain prognosis.”
“The only goal in that game came in the 85th minute when Edgardo Codesal, the Mexican referee, awarded a penalty when Völler went down in the area; Andreas Brehme, who later said there was no foul, scored from the spot to win the tournament.”
“He was assigned the role of Arturo, but also rehearsed as the cover opera's equivalent of an understudy for the larger role of Edgardo—and for the final performance of the run, conductor James Levine asked him to perform it.”
“Edgardo Guzman, he checked with Marine Corps headquarters and "They do not have anything on him or his awards.”
“The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. The Lucia Dr. King listened to on the way to Montgomery was broadcast on January 30, 1954, and featured Lily Pons as Lucia, Jan Peerce as Edgardo, and, as Normanno, James McCracken, who made his Metropolitan debut with this particular production. posted by Matthew @ 3: 55 PM”
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