- Ge·tu·lio Dor·nel·les [Portuguese zhi-too-lyoo doo r-ne-lis] /Portuguese ʒɪˈtu lyʊ dʊərˈnɛ lɪs/, 1883–1954, Brazilian statesman.
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So many families come that Vargas has arranged for a clown to entertain the kids.America’s Fastest Growing Death Holiday Is From Mexico
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I have already heard from some who have shifted their position on Dreamers thanks to Vargas.How Liberal Love for the ‘Border Kids’ Could Sink Immigration Reform
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Vargas added that his goal in speaking out as an undocumented immigrant is to show people that “we are not who you think we are.”Best of Sunday Talk: Mitt Romney, John McCain & More (Video)
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Almost certainly politics of various sorts had something to with making Vargas Llosa wait so long for the honor.
If Vargas Llosa had never written a single novel, his nonfiction alone would have merited the Nobel.
Vargas's troopers had stifled even the last breath of resistance.A Word Only A Word, Complete
The troops of Romero, Vargas, Valdez, were no less impatient.The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume III.(of III) 1574-84
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Just then Vargas' secretary came up to her with his officious demeanour.The conquest of Rome
The only person who showed any zeal in the service was Vargas.History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain.
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"I can see why Cranly wanted you here," Vargas said, smiling faintly.Beyond The Thunder
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- Getúlio Dornelles (ʒeˈtulju durˈneləʃ). 1883–1954, Brazilian statesman; president (1930–45; 1951–54)
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