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  • n. Alternative spelling of Ecuadorian.
  • adj. Alternative spelling of Ecuadorian.


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  • [Castro] [Interrupting] Why do you call the Ecuadorean Government fascist?


  • Argentine defender Matias Manrique was banned for five matches after calling Ecuadorean defender Giovanny Espinoza a "monkey" in a match last month.

  • We altered Chevron's "We Agree" ads ever-so-slightly to highlight the company's greenwashing efforts as well as its role in dumping 18 billion gallons of toxic oil pollution in the Ecuadorean Amazon.

    Rebecca Tarbotton: Does Chevron Think We're All Stupid?

  • The best day was Mother's Day: I went to my daughter's house (my family is, in large part, Ecuadorean) and a whole passel of inlaws, outlaws and other Ecuadoreans were there.

    Just back from a month in upstate New York

  • In a separate racketeering lawsuit the oil company filed in New York last year, Chevron claimed the Ecuadorean plaintiffs and their lawyers manufactured evidence of pollution and improperly influenced the Ecuadorean court in obtaining the judgment there.

    Chevron Stymied in Ecuador Case

  • In seeking the attachment order, Chevron's lawyers had argued that the Ecuadorean plaintiffs were "scheming to enforce the fraudulent \Ecuadorean\ judgment in foreign jurisdictions where they, their counsel and their other conspirators have influence" against Chevron entities that had no connection with the underlying Ecuadorean claims and outside the reach of U.S. courts.

    Chevron Stymied in Ecuador Case

  • Karen Hinton, a spokeswoman for the Ecuadorean plaintiffs, said Friday's court decision marked "another rebuke" for Chevron.

    Chevron Stymied in Ecuador Case

  • In the racketeering case, Chevron had sought a so-called prejudgment attachment against the assets of the Ecuadorean plaintiffs and their lawyers, including their interest in the Ecuadorean judgment.

    Chevron Stymied in Ecuador Case

  • In February, an Ecuadorean court granted the $18 billion judgment against Chevron.

    Chevron Stymied in Ecuador Case

  • Earlier this week, an Ecuadorean appellate court upheld an $18.2 billion judgment over alleged oil damage in the country's Amazon region by Texaco Inc., which Chevron acquired in 2001.

    Chevron Stymied in Ecuador Case


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