- From Spanish/Portuguese José from Hebrew; See Joseph (Wiktionary)
“Anonymous said: "JOSE HUIZAR-RAIGOSA" in body he is Jose, in mind it is whatever Antonio tells him to do.”
“JOSE: No. SANCHEZ (voice-over): Life for Jose is now based on the hope that one day it will all come back to him.”
“For 20 years in Casas Novas, a village overlooking the Atlantic Ocean about 26 miles from Lisbon, Mr. Wright had gone by the name Jose Luis Jorge dos Santos.”
“But Ferreira didn't mention that Wright lived in Portugal under the alias Jose Luis Jorge dos Santos, which was listed on his Portuguese residency card.”
“A photocopy of the document, shown to AP, bore the name Jose Luis Jorge dos Santos, an alias that US officials said Wright used.”
“To share this as a company — not just as individuals — with Xiomara and Jose, is to share in the emotional impact of what it means for all of us.”
“From the images of loved ones tearfully reuniting at Camp Hope to the sight of a grateful President embracing the rescuers, the saga in San Jose is an inspiration for all.”
“Among other popular tours from San Jose is a half-hour trip north to the Poas Volcano National Park.”
“Alassane Ouattara, who most countries recognize as president of Ivory Coast, said in a statement he was not consulted before the African Union put forward the name of Jose Brito, Cape Verde's former foreign minister.”
“Interest rates are at a record low, and the affordability in San Jose is at a five-year high.”
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