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“We really have everything we could ask for at the Phil, and now that Gustavo is in charge, I'm hoping he will help us become the best orchestra we can be.”
“Gustavo is one of the nicest people I've ever met.”
“I always ask why they took away my son," said Flor Hilda Hernández, who wore a worn-out T-shirt with the faded photo of her son, Elkin Gustavo Verano Hernández.”
“When I met Flor Hilda, she showed photos of her son, Elkin Gustavo Verano Hérnandez, who was 25 years-old when he went missing from the family home in the poor municipality of Soacha, on the outskirts of the Colombian capital of Bogotá on January 13, 2008.”
“Captain Gustavo Camiña stands alongside his biplane Sonora”
“Note 101: For example, as narrated in Gustavo Mavie, "Os Kossas," Tempo, No. 388 (12 March 1978): 52-59.”
“She gave the note to Giuseppe with instructions to place it in Gustavo's hands, and then settled herself gaily to await results.”
“Read more: Flor Hilda Hernandez, Colombia, Elkin Gustavo Verano Hernandez, Cogota, World News”
“Gus [Giancarlo Esposito aka Gustavo 'Gus' Frings aka The Chicken Man] and I finally had our scene together, which I thought was pretty cool.”
“However, the Express columnist may be cheered up by an email we've received from a Spanish reader called Gustavo who shows genuine empathy about living in a country "that has lost its history", "swallowed up by mass development" and invaded by "foreigners".”
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