[ bahr-ryaws ]


  1. Jus·to Ru·fi·no [hoo, -staw , r, oo-, fee, -naw], 1835–85, Guatemalan statesman: president of Guatemala 1873–85.

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Barrios suspended his campaign in September and pulled his Facebook ads, but said he might still serve if elected.

When pressed, though, Barrios said he might still accept the job if voters elect him.

KPBS was first to report that Barrios was suspending his campaign Monday but he’ll still be on the November ballot.

Last week, Andrew Keatts and Jesse Marx revealed that Barrios had discussed the Pure Water project with Laborers 89 when he was still a city staffer, not long before he left to work for the labor group, possibly violating city ethics rules.

Keatts and Marx obtained emails between Barrios and Val Macedo, the leader of Laborers 89, over the city’s Pure Water deal, which Barrios was working on for Gómez’s office at the time.

In the barrios of Los Angeles the gangsters get the most props and respect.

Barrios sentenced the general to 50 years imprisonment for genocide and another 30 years for crimes against humanity.

The opening up of the new railroad to the Atlantic coast at Puerto Barrios will do wonders for the country.

When Madame Barrios—that was my mother's name—was announced at the Tuileries, the doors were opened wide.

The silver mines, which for three generations of Barrios had been the basis of their fortune, were in a still worse situation.

Barrios, an indubitably brave man, had no great opinion of Sotillo.

One-eyed Barrios and his officers had done wonders with the recruits in a short time.