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  • Ana Mateo is being punished for using both sides of her brain in North Carolina.

    Think Progress » North Carolina School Secretary Claims She Was Fired For Speaking Spanish To Parents

  • Mateo is a strike thrower, so we thought we would see if we could get a ground ball out of Perez.

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  • EAST CENTRAL -- Looking north along San Mateo from the Walmart parking lot the dark drama taking place in the mountains contrasts with the sun shining in the city.

    Struck Down By Beauty In The Walmart Parking Lot

  • EAST CENTRAL -- Looking north along San Mateo from the Walmart parking lot the dark drama taking place in the mountains contrasts with the sun shining in the city.

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  • Even backup outfielder Ruben Mateo is into the swing, hitting .289 with a homer and three RBI in limited time.

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  • Adoption proceedings for the California boy who became known as Mateo reportedly near completion.

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2004

  • Mateo is injured and lost for the season, but he showed enough before he went down.

    covering baseball for USATODAY.com.Can you imagine if Mac had retired in '96?

  • That message apparently was from a Spanish-speaking woman who said that her son was the boy called Mateo that the media had been calling Mateo.

    CNN Transcript May 27, 2003

  • However, she said the child's name is not Mateo, that is in fact Jesus Perez Flores.

    CNN Transcript May 27, 2003

  • And, I remain convinced, they chose to attack KCSM in San Mateo, CA, because it is both the third or fourth-most-watched of five public stations in the SF Bay area (after KQED, and on a par with KTEH and KRCB, and probably ahead of independent public station KMTP) and because it belongs to the College of San Mateo ... in other words, because it has a relatively small endowment (if they had to, WGBH in Boston could pay for the reanimation of Johnnie Cochran and/or Clarence Darrow) and it was presumed to be mired in bureaucracy in a way an independent PBS station would not be.

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