Origin of Cortes
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According to Cortes, immigrants lower the prices of products consumed by highly educated consumers by 0.4 percent of GDP.The Case for More Low-Skill Immigration|Veronique de Rugy|December 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the telling insight of populist organizer Ernie Cortes, not only does power corrupt, but “powerlessness also corrupts.”March on Washington Anniversary: a Lesson for Change|Hedrick Smith|August 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Just four weeks before the massive collapse of the mine, a mini-avalanche sliced off the left leg of worker Gino Cortes.Chilean Miners Fight Their Demons|Jonathan Franklin|October 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Cortes says the two Tea Party positions are not mutually exclusive, and Meckler says he agrees, to a point.
Update: Alex Cortes' quote was amended after initial publication.
Meanwhile the more distant provinces had acknowledged the authority of the cortes, and had sworn to support the constitution.
The recent law passed by the Spanish Cortes for the suppression of religious houses, has been strictly enforced here.
Meantime, news of these transactions arrived at Rio, as well as notice of the decrees of the Cortes at Lisbon.
The officers of the Lisbon troops talk loudly of his being obliged to do his duty, and obey the mandate of the Cortes.
The Cortes met on the 2nd of January, and continued in deliberation till the 22nd of April.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan