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Peter Dinklage will be introduced as Bolivar Trask, creator of the robot mutant-destroyers called Sentinels.
A low profile legislator from the state of Bolivar, he was never a leading voice in the National Assembly.Abdel el-Zabayar: From Parliament to the Frontlines|Mac Margolis|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But then we looked at his life in Greece and Albania where he was a serious revolutionary—as serious as Che Guevara or Bolivar.
I reckon you're the one Bolivar an' me's been waitin' here fer, an'—what's the matter with ye, anyhow?
Bascomb must have divined what was going on in Matt's mind, for he turned to him as soon as Bolivar was out of sight.
Bolivar, leaving the army in command of General Paez, repaired to Angostura.
General Bolivar obtained leave from the congress at Bogot to go to Peru—the grand scene of his subsequent triumphs.
Morillo retired to Valencia; and Bolivar took possession of the valleys of Aragua.