American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Noriega, Manuel Antonio Born 1936. Panamanian general. As commander in chief of the Panamanian National Guard, he assumed the role of head of state (1985) despite having never been formally elected. In 1992 he was convicted in the United States on charges relating to drug trafficking and sentenced to prison.
“But what you may not know, until you read this eye-opening and chilling article by Roger Noriega, is that this delicate balance of NWFZs in the southern hemisphere is about to be upended by Hugo Chávez, with the help of his trusty friend Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.”
“And there are additional anecdotes, as detailed in Noriega's article, that lend credibility to the idea that Venezuela is interested specifically in nuclear weapons and not just civilian nuclear energy.”
“But what you may not know, until you read this eye-opening and chilling article by Robert Noriega, is that this delicate balance of NWFZs in the southern hemisphere is about to be upended by Hugo Chávez, with the help of his trusty friend Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.”
“By Interiores elegantes e sofisticados em Branco por Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz | maisArquitetura on May 6, 2010 at 1: 18 am”
“Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz tem um portfólio residencialmaravilhoso em que o branco é tratado, preferencialmente, se for encontrado em tons agradáveis claros ou escuros.”
“Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz has a wonderful residential portfolio within which white is treated preferentially, whether it is found in light shades or darker ones.”
“We're using noise to try to drive him out, the same technique the US used to rout Noriega from the Vatican Embassy in Panama.”
“Noriega is Latino, a veteran and a Texas legislator - all the right ingredients for Texas in 2020 at least and just maybe in 2008.”
“Watts has picked up a few mayorial endorsements in the Valley and Lt.Col. Rick Noriega is getting the endorsement of some big statewide Democrats Monday.”
“Eduardo Noriega is perhaps not a name you might instantly recognise, but he's a name you should remember.”
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