- Ferdinand E(d·ra·lin) [ed-ruh-lin] /ˈɛd rə lɪn/, 1917–1989, Philippine political leader: president 1965–86.
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Eventually, in the early hours of Thursday, fewer than twenty MARCOS out of a team of 1000 arrived.When India Failed in the Mumbai Terrorist Attacks
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As “dissidents,” Antonio Michel and Marcos Maiquel were ripe targets for the government.
Following a trial, Antonio Michel was sentenced to two years in prison and Marcos Maiquel to three.
Marcos, having robbed the Philippines for more than two decades, even managed to take the money with him.Where Dictators Go to Die
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There, Marcos was recognized as his civil partner and granted a visa and work permit.Gay Lovers in Exile
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There was great excitement in Mexico over the story Friar Marcos told.Introductory American History
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One was your father Marcos; the other was a stranger to him.
Tiburcio, the adopted son of the famous gambusino, Marcos Arellanos.
Theoretically, when the water-right is defined in marcos it is permanent.The Argentine Republic
The sons of Marcos had grown up and were earning their living.
- Ferdinand (Edralin). 1917–89, Filipino statesman; president of the Philippines from 1965; deposed and exiled in 1986
- his wife, Imelda (Remedios Visitacion Trinidad Romualdez). born 1929, Filipino politician; governor of Manila (1976–86); notorious for her profligacy as first lady
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